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King Tide Events in San Diego Jan. 21

Posted at 5:34 AM, Jan 21, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-21 08:34:51-05

San Diego County, Solana Beach
Fletcher Cove Beach Park, 111 South Sierra Avenue
Jan. 21, 7:45am-8:45am
Presented by Surfrider Foundation San Diego
Join our Beach Preservation committee for a short morning bike ride in Solana Beach and Del Mar to check out the annual King Tides. Info and RSVP:

San Diego County, Mission Bay
Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve (morning)
Mike Gotch Bridge (afternoon)
Jan. 21, 9am and 1pm
Presented by San Diego Audubon Society
Join the San Diego Audubon Society for the King Tide at its highest and lowest points of the day! We will have educators at the Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve overlook from 9am-11am for the high tide and the Mike Gotch Bridge from 1pm-3pm for the low tide. Individuals will have the opportunity to participate in citizen science by documenting the tides through our observation forms! Info: Andrew Meyer, (858) 273-7800 x101,

KING TIDE HIKE San Diego County, Imperial Beach Tijuana River Visitor Center, 301 Caspian Way Jan. 21, 9am-11am Presented by Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve Join Education Coordinator Anne Marie Tipton during one of the mornings of the January King Tide, the highest tides of the winter. Find out about how the Research Reserve continuously measures water depth and is a sentinel site keeping track of trends with a changing climate. Learn about our award winning planning to adapt to the impacts from riverine flooding and sea level rise. The walk starts at the Visitor Center and will make its way over to almost the south end of Seacoast Drive and then back, approximately 2 miles round trip. Info: