Islanders go deep to save sea life | Photo gallery

A team of Bainbridge volunteers recently worked together to relocate an armada of sea stars and other marine life from the city dock at Waterfront Park, which is set to be replaced.

The group included naturalists and divers who all worked together to make sure that any of the marine invertebrates that called the underside of the dock home, made it to safe haven at the nearby Washington State Ferries maintenance yard.

Review staffer Nick Twietmeyer was present for the rescue efforts, here are a few of Nick’s favorite photos from the event.

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