Through Her Eyes: The Science and Beauty of Intertidal Life in the Salish Sea


September 9, 2020    
7:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Event Type

The San Juan Preservation Trust’s virtual False Bay field trip is ready for its debut!

Marine biologist Dr. Drew Harvell explores the biodiversity uncovered after the ocean drains from False Bay Biological Preserve at low tide. Digging in the soft bottom mud for marine worms and burrowing crustaceans, searching the rocky tidal pools for colorful invertebrates, and wading in eelgrass beds to demonstrate the superpowers of sea grass, Dr. Harvell shares her excitement and knowledge of this biologically rich, stunningly beautiful habitat in the Salish Sea.

Watch the YouTube Premiere of Through Her Eyes,
directed and produced by award-winning filmmaker Michael Noonan, on
Wednesday, September 9, from 7:30 to 8:00pm.
Please join us at this time by CLICKING HERE to watch!

Don’t miss the “opening night” as both the star of the show, Drew Harvell, and the director/cinematographer, Michael Noonan, will be present to answer your questions and react to comments via live chat.

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We look forward to the live interaction as you come along on this wild biological treasure hunt. “Seal” you there!

False Bay | Lighthawk and Neal Chism