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Category Archives: Wildlife

Wild Onion

June 6, 2014 by bluegullinn

Port Townsend,WA

Rufus Hummingbird

June 4, 2014 by bluegullinn

Port Townsend, WA

Feeding at the Blue Gull Inn B&B

New babies visit the Blue Gull Inn B&B

May 27, 2014 by bluegullinn

Momma & Fawns 072007-4

We have a short fence that even the fawns can jump over

We have a short fence that even the fawns can jump over

Happy Easter

April 19, 2014 by bluegullinn

Trillium

Trillium

Red Elderberry Red Elderberry2 Violets

Wild Geranium

April 17, 2014 by bluegullinn

Grows in NW Washington

Grows in NW Washington

 

Don’t be a Wallflower, visit the Blue Gull Inn B&B

April 12, 2014 by bluegullinn

Wall Flower

Wall Flower

Farmer Market in Port Townsend now OPEN

April 10, 2014 by bluegullinn

Goat Parade on opening day

Goat Parade on opening day

Visitors for Breakfast

March 21, 2014 by bluegullinn

I ask the deer to make an appearance for breakfast but some times they do not listen.

I ask the deer to make an appearance for breakfast but some times they do not listen.

Whale Watching

July 30, 2012 by bluegullinn

If you come to Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula one of the activities you have to partake in is whale watching. Puget Sound Express has been operating for 27 years and leaves from Point Hudson. They have a few different tours to choose from. They have a 98% whale watching success rate and even have a guarantee on that 2% chance you don’t see any whales. In my opinion the boat trip through the area would be worth the money, but throw in guaranteed whale sightings and I am sold. If that hasn’t convinced you, check out Puget Sound Express on facebook and TripAdvisor as well.

Port Townsend Marine Science Center

July 19, 2012 by bluegullinn

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center is celebrating 30 years! Located out on the pier at Fort Worden State Park, it is a cool place to visit. It’s not just for kids either. The goal is to encourage people to get involved in making decisions that impact local, national and international marine and shoreline environments. The center itself has its own blog page and offers exhibits showing local marine and shoreline habitats. It is a chance to see what’s below the water… without the risk of hypothermia. A Discover Pass is not required to see the Marine Science Center, make sure to get a temporary to put in your car, but they are encouraged.

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