Self-Guided Volunteer Opportunity: February 2024 King Tides in Alviso
Interested in a volunteer opportunity you can do for school, work, or just for fun!? Looking for an opportunity you can do on your own or with your own household?
This is also an excellent opportunity for middle and high school students and scout groups!
Sign up today and check out the California Coastal Commission’s King Tides Project to learn about this year’s King Tide events! The CCC uses the Survey123 app to track community science king tide photos, and we are inviting you to participate with them!
We have a few spots at and around Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge where you can witness the year’s highest tides!
Locations in Alviso (North San Jose)* are:
* Gold Street Bridge (in the town of Alviso)
* Grand Blvd Observation Point of Artesian Slough (Environmental Education Center)
* Coyote Creek observation point along the Mallard Slough Trail (Environmental Education Center)
*Please see the map and images for these exact locations that will provide great viewpoints for this incredible high tide event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/self-guided-volunteer-opportunity-february-...
Take pictures to record these high tides and submit them to watershedwatchers@ sfbayws.org! In addition, you can upload them to social media with the hashtag #KingTidesAlviso2024. Contact us for questions, too! Tag us on Instagram @sfbayws.
Exact times of the high tide (Alviso, Gold Street Bridge):
Friday, Feb 9th: 11:26pm - 11.44ft
There are lots of other places to observe and document the King Tides! Please send us any pictures you take from the baylands in South San Francisco Bay!
The King Tides help us to visualize how future sea level rise will impact our urban areas. In addition, they also provide visibility for pollution in the SF Bay by bringing up tons of garbage onto our shorelines. For information on how you can help keep our watersheds and the Bay clean by preventing urban runoff pollution, visit: http://www.mywatershedwatch.org/
This program is brought to you by San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society (SFBWS) and Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP), with support from Cargill, Inc.
[Trails are generally level. Surface and trail conditions vary. Please call for accessibility information.]