Thursday, April 16, 2015

The Lonely Starfish

Below is a photo of Little Trinidad Head at it's south/west base next to the pier in Trinidad Harbor.
On the head, one can see a starfish. It's the orange thing. Not much around this lonely creature but rock.

 What looks like another starfish in the lower left is a piece of a sign with some lettering on it.

 This is the same starfish zoomed out. You can see that this rock face at low tide has 1 starfish visible. A few years ago this rock wall was teeming with life including dozens of starfish. I noticed other rocks around the boat launch and on the other side of Trinidad Head free of most all life save for some plant life.
I'll have more on this so stay tuned. 

2 comments:

  1. I was at the HSU lab recently with my children. The anemones and urchins were great, but the kids miss the starfish. I do too. Can't wait to read more. Thank you,

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