Tide Pools at Pott’s Point Preserve

Late this afternoon I kayaked around Pott’s Point. The tide was especially low and I explored the tide pools at Pott’s Point Preserve at the end of Harpswell Neck in Maine. There were razor clam shells, periwinkles, blue mussels, a small lobster, sea urchins, eel grass and different kinds of sea weed.

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1 Response to Tide Pools at Pott’s Point Preserve

  1. Anonymous says:

    Glad you are enjoying our “neck of the coast” in Harpswell. It has been one of our favorite places here. Barbara

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