Our warm winter is turning into a really early Spring! Check out where Daffodil fields are already blooming.
This story comes from the Oregon Coast, but we also have rockfish and Marine Reserves here in Puget Sound.
It's early, but rising sea bird populations a good sign
Morning Forum: Elwha Nearshore and Beach Restoration Opportunities, Fish and Birds of the Elwha Nearshore, and Details of Upcoming Surveys
11:00 am-12:00 noon
Landing Mall, 115 E. RailRoad Avenue, Port Angeles, WA Rm 205
Afternoon: Interpretive Walking Tour
1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Place Road Beach/West Elwha River Mouth
Join Coastal Watershed Institute and Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society for a Field Discussion of Exciting Changes in Habitats affecting Fish and Bird Use of the Elwha River Estuary
For details: http://coastalwatershedinstitute.org/events.htm
Hey Cama Beach Fans, take this 18-question survey, put out by Washington State Parks, by Thur Feb 26th and you can be entered to win a $150 REI Gift Certificate.
Tonight, Wed, Feb 18, at 10:23 pm the low tide at Cama will be a -1.5 ft. Then the next high tide will be Thur morning at 5:14 am, that will be a +12.5 ft King Tide.
That’s a whopping 14 foot swing in just 7 hours. Don’t try going through Deception Pass against that current unless you’ve got lots of horsepower!
Congrats to J-Pod on their new baby!!!!
Snow Goose Festival
February 28 & March 1, 2015
Online registration is now open!
Shore Bird I.D. Class
Swans of Winter
Kestrel Skyhawk, from Sarvey Wildlife Center
From Russia to the Stilly
The Art of Photographing Birds Class & Field Trip
Feathered Architects: The Fascinating World of Bird Nests
Are Polar Birds on Thin Ice?
PLUS: Guided Tours and Self Guided Tours
News, reflections, and musings from Cama Beach and Camano Island State Parks.
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