Three adorable goslings and their protective parents waddle to a more suitable home across the street.
A busy beaver is illegally harvesting willow and red alder trees at our Upper Clear Creek Mitigation Site.
A pair of osprey, also known as seahawks, make their nest and raise their young atop a light pole in a Port rail yard.
A recent storm revealed a new geologic strata—old roofing material—in the bank of our Dick Gilmur Shoreline Restoration and Kayak Launch along Marine View Drive.
Port Biologist Blotter: Investigation of missing Canada goose eggs at the Port Administration Building.