Back to the Sea Presents: TIDAL TREKKERS
Eager to get outside, explore nature, and learn something new? Luckily, Nova Scotia's ocean backyard is teeming with biodiversity!
All Tidal Trekkers include 1 hour of programming followed by 30 minutes of free exploration with the chance to ask questions and receive additional info from staff and volunteers
Into the Intertidal
Location: Regatta Point Walkway, along the Northwest Arm
We're willing to bet that the Halifax shore is home to more species of animals, plants, and algae than you thought! This program explores the themes of habitat and adaptations to intertidal living. Join us along the Regatta Point Walkway on the Northwest Arm of Halifax for this program.
This program is transit-friendly.
Coastal Discoveries ROCK
Location: MacCormacks Beach Provincial Park, Eastern Passage (in Fisherman's Cove)
Take a dive into the geology of coastal Nova Scotia! We'll explore both the neat animals and rock formations on this trek. Get ready to get hands-on and discover what makes rocks in Halifax different from rocks at Peggy’s Cove, how they came to be, and how beach geology can often be a bit different from what we expect!
This program is transit-friendly (however travel from Halifax can be lengthy).
Sea to Sky
Location: Hartlen Point, Eastern Passage (in Fisherman's Cove)
Ever wonder what type of gull stole your french fry at the beach? Connect the birds above with the ocean critters below in this trek that explores the amazing diversity of seabirds living along the intertidal. Join us at Hartlen Point in Eastern Passage for this special Tidal Trek!
Tidal Trekkers returns for the 2023 sea-son!
Saturday June 17th at 3pm
Tuesday, June 20th at 5pm
Both events are at Regatta Point Walkway!🐚💙
The theme is Into the Intertidal!
Space is limited, email
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Adults (16 yrs +) - $7
Kids (3 - 15 yrs) - $5
Group of 4 - $22
2023 Season Pass Holders get 10% off.
Children under 3 and Support Care Workers are free.
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