guide to wildlife viewing in Kitsap County

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Zoology -- Washington (State) -- Kitsap County, Birds -- Washington (State) -- Kitsap County, Mammals -- Washington (State) -- Kitsap C
Statementby Joan Carson and Charlotte Coleburg, in collaboration with the Kitsap Audubon Society and the State of Washington Department of Game.
ContributionsColeburg, Charlotte, joint author., Kitsap Audubon Society., Washington (State). Dept. of Game
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Urban Trails: Kitsap focuses on the trails, parks, and preserves within the urban and suburban areas around Bremerton, Bainbridge Island, and the Key and Kitsap peninsulas. You’ll find trails to beaches, old growth forests, lakeshores, wildlife-rich wetlands, rolling hills, scenic vistas, meadows, historic sites, and vibrant communities.5/5(9).

The Kitsap Peninsula region offers birders and nature lovers many locations to view birds and other wildlife in their natural habitat all year round, including soaring eagles along our miles of the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails shoreline.

Read our blog to find out why winter is a great time to go birding on the Kitsap Peninsula. (Photo shown courtesy - Don Willott). Randy Robinson on ACROSS THE SOUND (KITSAP COUNTY) We recently hiked some trails (and Randy Robinson on HOOD CANAL AND EAST OLYMPICS Faye Hands and John Riegsecker of the Randy Robinson on MOUNT RAINIER A note and comment: The book here in Randy Robinson on SOUTHWEST Dave Hayden has produced a great site Randy Robinson on CLE ELUM.

Ensure that your Kitsap County big game hunt is registered and in good standing with the state. This will imply that the guide is knowledgeable. In Kitsap County, Washington, there are specific hunting rules that you need to know before going hunting. Be sure to know the laws in the region.

SECTION CONTENT ACROSS THE SOUND (KITSAP COUNTY) by Hal Opperman. revised by Hal Opperman. Bainbridge Island and the Kitsap Peninsula, joined together by a highway bridge over Agate Passage, lie between Puget Sound on the east and Hood Canal on the completely covered by towering lowland forests of the Puget Sound Douglas-fir zone, this area has been 99+ percent logged.

A Birder's Guide to Washington. Click the link below to learn more about this online version of A Birder’s Guide to Washington, Second Edition, a page birding guide for Washington State published in Members of the Washington Ornithological Society (WOS) were the book authors; publisher is the American Birding Association (ABA).

Chico Creek, one of the bigger creeks in Kitsap County, was flush with fish on Monday and Tuesday, Oleyar said.

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There are currently around 6, salmon in. Understanding these animals is key to reducing human/wildlife conflicts. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife offers a wide range of information designed to minimize conflicts between humans and wildlife, as well as attracting beneficial wildlife and helping residents better understand the animals in their backyards.

Kitsap County Extension Office, x or [email protected] Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs who contact the Kitsap County Extension Office at least two weeks prior to the event.

RECORD BOOK GUIDE Record book size: 3-ring view binder, thickness of ½ inch to 2 inches max. WSU Ext 4-H Youth Development Program 6th Street, Suite Bremerton, WA # [email protected] WSU Kitsap County Fair 4-H Exhibitor Guide. Before setting out on your explorations, a reminder to bring a leash (state, city and county parks require dogs to be on leash), a towel to wipe off muddy paws and if you’re parking in a state park, a Discover Pass.

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At the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula, the Hansville Greenway Wildlife Corridor meanders its way through three county.

Picturesque Kitsap County is known as the Natural Side of Puget Sound. The Peninsula is located across the pond from Seattle, and is easily accessed by ferry or via the beautiful Tacoma Narrows Bridge. I’ve ridden the ferry many times but never get tired of the experience. It’s a magical ride every time.

Here are my MUSTS when visiting Kitsap. Urban Trails: Kitsap focuses on the trails, parks, and preserves within the urban and suburban areas around Bremerton, Bainbridge Island, and the Key and Kitsap peninsulas. You'll find trails to beaches, old growth forests, lakeshores, wildlife-rich wetlands, rolling hills, scenic vistas, meadows, historic sites, and vibrant communities.

The state’s streams that contain placer gold are also important for the plant and animal communities they support. To protect stream and streamside habitats, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) administers the Hydraulics Code (RCW ).This requires that any person or government agency desiring to use, divert, obstruct, or change the natural flow or bed of any.

Kitsap County / 35th Dist. Urban Wildlife Habitat. East Hood Canal Riparian. Kitsap County / 35th Dist. Critical Habitat. Sign up for WWRC E-News. Keep in touch by subscribing to our monthly Newsletter and mailing list.

sign up. Contact Us. Seattle Office. Third Ave, Suite Seattle, WA Kitsap County is bordered on the west by a natural fjord, the Hood Canal. On the north and east, it is bounded by Puget Sound. Its miles of salt-water shoreline offer more marine habitat than any other county in the lower 48 states.

Surrounded almost entirely by saltwater, the Kitsap Peninsula is visited regularly by more than species. To report injured owls in Kitsap County call Westsound Wildlife Center FREE SEPTIC SYSTEM WORKSHOPS, NOV.

7: Kitsap County SSWM (Surface and Stormwater Management) partners have been offering free Septic Sense Workshops in October and November.

The Hansville Greenway - This network of trails passes through a set of natural areas set aside to serve as a corridor for wildlife to move around Kitsap Peninsula. One popular hike is the Sid Knutson Puget Sound to Hood Canal Trail, which runs from Norwegian Point Park south and then west to Hood Canal, passing a variety of ecosystems along.

Kitsap Salmon Tours – A Month of Salmon WE’VE GONE VIRTUAL. October 28th – November 30th, Keep an eye on this page and the WSU Kitsap Extension Facebook page for more info. Kitsap Salmon Tours has gone virtual this year. To ensure we continue to follow health and safety guidelines, there will not be an event to view salmon.

View Scenic Drive Itinerary: Olympic Peninsula in a larger map. This scenic trip begins bright and early at the Kingston ferry dock; if you are crossing Puget Sound from the Seattle area, try to catch one of the ferries from Edmonds that departs before 9am. Kingston is a charming small waterfront town that often gets passed through but rarely gets stopped in.

Also has access to Hansville Greenway Wildlife Corridor.

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1 Foulweather Bluff (proceed west from Hansville on Twin Spits Road for miles; the trail head is on the left side of the road, and there is room for parking on the shoulder), ☏ +1 The guide lists the essential services for people with developmental disabilities in Kitsap County.

Please submit additions, deletions or modifications to Kitsap County, Department of Human Services, Developmental Disabilities Program at (For additional copies of this guide. Contact Kitsap County Solid Waste Division.

Question about our facilities or where to dispose/recycle something. Submit our "ask a question" form. Email: [email protected] Phone: Kitsap1 at The "What Do I Do With It?" recycling and disposal database does not constitute an endorsement of any kind from Kitsap County.

American Legion Park offers hiking trails and paths, wildlife and bird viewing, shoreline access along with a boardwalk connecting downtown and Liberty Bay Park.

Kitsap Memorial State Park. NE Park Street, Poulsbo, WA Phone: ; Reservations:   Sinclair Inlet Wildlife Viewing Area (SIWVA) is, according to a mildewed sign, “one of the largest undeveloped wintering area(s) in Kitsap County for many waterfowl.”. The official app of the Kitsap County Fair featuring schedules, maps, entertainment, coupons, and much more.

Kitsap Humane Society’s Kitsap Animal Rescue and Enforcement Department only investigates domesticated/companion animal issues*. All inquiries regarding injured wildlife or wildlife issues in Kitsap County are handled by the West Sound Wildlife Shelter: () (Wildlife Hospital & Hotline) NE Dolphin Drive, Bainbridge Island, WA.

SOUTH KITSAP HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS; Sports Calendars; Kitsap Bank Stadium Reservations; Athlete Handbook; Fall Sports. Girls Soccer. Coaching Staff; SKHS Athletics Link; Boys Tennis.

Coaching Staff; SKHS Athletics Link; Football. Coaching Staff; Coach Ed Fisher Scholarship Program; Tradition; SKHS Athletics Link; Girls Volleyball.

Coaching. In recent years, a conservation group, Friends of Miller Bay, raised $, to purchase 18 acres to preserve the area’s wildlife. That 18 acres is now part of a acre wildlife preserve. is the Kitsap Peninsula’s destination of choice for visitors exploring the area.

Casually explore the walkable downtown historic district and enjoy museums, galleries, shopping, restaurants & cafes – all in a picturesque, family-friendly Norwegian setting. Alberta Wildlife Viewing Guide (Book): A comprehensive guide to more than 60 of Alberta's best wildlife viewing sites, this book includes site descriptions, tips on successful wildlife photography, a seasonal indicator for 50 of the most sought-after species.

Autumn in Kitsap County is glorious! Cool weather, beautiful deciduous trees and abundant wildlife. There are several local hikes sponsored by the Great Peninsula Conservancy that your family can attend.Hansville, North Kitsap County Hansville is located on the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula affording breathtaking views, an abundance of wildlife viewing and bird watching.

This picturesque rural community enjoys some of the country's lowest rainfall totals, making it an ideal outdoor recreation site.