‘Habitchat’ is a fun way to follow what we do

Author: Jessica | 01/18/19

Jessica Larson

Land steward Jessica Larson talks with a member of the media about progress at the Dugualla Bay Preserve on North Whidbey following extensive restoration work over the years.

In the course of protecting and caring for land on Whidbey and Camano islands, our staff and board cover a lot of ground, meet a lot of amazing people and see a lot of fascinating things in nature.

We thought it would be educational and fun to chronicle our conservation and restoration work through a new blog that we call, “Habitchat.”

We’ll shed light on projects, showcase stewardship work, and share knowledge from local experts on a wide range of subjects from wildlife to farming to outdoor recreation such as the best places to hike.

Blogs are more informal than, say, a newsletter story. We’ll show you lots of pictures and videos from around beautiful Whidbey and Camano islands.

Our islands are full of splendid photographers. We look forward to you sharing with us some of your photos of island landscapes, wildlife, and people out enjoying nature!

We hope you learn, laugh, and love the things we share. And please share your experiences with us too.

Whidbey and Camano islands are magical places. The more people learn and care about them, the more they’ll want them to stay this way for generations to come.


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