I used to live next to Seahurst Park, and have visited many times since 1994. At low tide there are a number of large rocks on the north end that are always interesting to visit. Today was the first time there wasn’t a single sea-star to be found. There used to be dozens of them on the same rocks 20 years ago.
Between warmer water temperatures and the sea-star wasting disease it appears they are almost wiped out in some areas of the sound.
-------------- “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately...” ― Henry David Thoreau
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