Here is a video with some great tips and advice on how to conduct yourself properly in delicate underwater environments! Muddy or "mucky" environments are dubbed as "muck diving", and are usually overlooked by divers, but its the muck substrate that makes these habitats so unique and interesting.


Muck is a perfect habitat for unusual and rare critters (often very colorful), such as nudibranchs, stargazers, shrimp, batfish, frogfish and seahorses.

Macro photographers especially enjoy muck diving. These calm, shallow waters provide amazing opportunities to photograph the unusual creatures that live amongst the muck.

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These tips are especially useful and applicable for diving Blue Heron Bridge! There are so many delicate creatures living there, most of them buried!

We wish all divers could be this graceful underwater