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Padilla Bay Newsletter Fall 2012

Publication number Date Published
12-06-008September 2012
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Author(s) Susan Wood
Description The newsletter includes:

Public programs:

.Fidalgo Bay Day 2012-Celebrate National Estuaries Day!
.Salish Sea Ducks with David Drummond, Wildlife Biologist
.Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants with Naturalist, Marlee Osterbauer
.Home Energy Workshop with Climate Steward, Eric Shen
.On the Trail of a Vanishing Ornithologist with Kathleen Kaska, author
.Aquarium Tour and Fish Feeding
.Fall Birds of the Skagit Delta with naturalist, Libby Mills
.Classes for Mini Explorers (3-5 year olds) and Junior Ecologists (6-9 year olds)


.Energy on the Home Front
.Japanese Tsunami Brings Unexpected Arrivals
.Skagit Watershed Letterbox Trail
.Book review-Rufous: The Amazing Hummingbird Story of "Red" by Craig & Joy Johnson
.White Spotted Greenling, aquarium resident profile
.We Can Protect Eelgrass Habitats an article by James Parrott, fifth grade student at Annie Wright School in Tacoma
The mission of the Department of Ecology is to protect, preserve, and enhance Washington’s environment. To help us meet that goal, please consider the environment before you print or request a copy.

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