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Ospreys Aren’t Your Typical Raptors

A raptor educator delivers an engaging talk about Ospreys during the Land Trust’s Member Mingle event in Coupeville.


Fourth Graders Connect with Nature

Coupeville Elementary School brought 59 fourth graders to Admiralty Inlet Preserve to take part in a full-day, outdoor learning experience hosted by the Whidbey Camano Land Trust.


If You Build an Osprey Nest, Will They Come?

Bonnie Thie eagerly awaits the day when she sees an Osprey poking its white head out of a nest high above the Whidbey Camano Land Trust’s Admiralty Inlet Natural Area Preserve located just north of Fort Casey State Park off of Engle Road.


Curiosity Saved the Barn

“We stopped on the edge of the mud and just looked at this barn with trees growing at the openings,” Marshall said. “We backed out and headed for the ferry and thought, ‘Should we put an offer in on this place?’”


Using fire to restore native prairie habitat

Before Bob Wilken lowered his drip torch to ignite some dry grass at the Admiralty Inlet Natural Area Preserve, the husky, bearded man did something he’s found essential when conducting controlled prairie burns. He blew bubbles.


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