Songbirds of port townsend

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Local photographer and Land Trust Natural History Society newsletter editor Wendy Feltham captured a variety of songbirds around Port Townsend over the last month....

Rhodys in the woods

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Photographer Al Bergstein took a walk in Cappy's Trails in May. The Rhody's were out in full bloom.

Seeing Seaweed

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Local photographer and naturalist Wendy Feltham has found the beauty in kelp.

Seeing Seaweed – Part 2

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Wendy Feltham is back with more seaweed photos! Click on any of them to enlarge. Enjoy!

The Wooden Boat Festival In Pictures

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Phototgrapher Joel Rogers brings us memories of years past. Click on a picture to see the slide show.

Birds In Flight

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This Rufous Hummingbird visits our garden every summer and perches on the same treetop. Then he migrates on, as far south as Mexico. Watching birds,...

Bill Curtsinger’s Voyage: Camera to Coffee

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New Photo Exhibit Coming to Grover Gallery Fifteen years ago, Bill Curtsinger drove a rental car into Port Townsend, hoping to reconnect with an old...

Insects on the Peninsula: Part 2

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In the second of a three-part series on Olympic Peninsula insects, we’ll look at some flies, a sawfly, a wasp, a few bees, and...

A Day on the Dungeness

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Rainshadow founding member and professional photographer Joel Rogers spent a recent day on the upper Dungeness River, luckily finding the light "just right". Go...

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What Puget Sound Pilots Want You to Know

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It may sound counterintuitive, but when a big ship leaves the high seas and enters the restricted waters of Puget Sound, it is entering...

So Long, Pygmy Kayaks

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More than three decades ago, when guys like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were building technology companies that would change the world, another Ivy...

On the hard: Chichagof

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From Classic Yachts to Fish Packers: Their Stories The Power Scow Chichagof. Chichagof is a power scow, a salmon scow, a fish tender. The U.S....

On the hard: Thea Foss

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From Classic Yachts to Fish Packers: Their Stories Movie Stars, Depth Charges and Tugboat Annie: The Story of the Thea Foss I still can't think of...

America’s Guidebooks: The Way We Were

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Eighty years ago this fall, the state Historical Society published “Washington: A Guide to the Evergreen State.”  At 700 pages and some 250,000 words,...