Fitzgerald Marine Reserve is a three mile stretch of coast designated to protect the sensitive ecosystem and habitat for the abundant marine life found within the borders. At low tide visitors are able to see the colorful variety of seaweed, crabs, anemones, sea stars, fish, and more that live in the intertidal area. The reserve is also home to harbor seals, a variety of shorebirds, and the occasional sea otter foraging for food offshore. Although mostly unimproved, Fitzgerald Marine Reserve features trails for walking along the bluff, stairs to help visitors access the beach and tidepools, picnic tables, and a public restroom.
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