Notes from the Island — June 14
Posted June 14, 2022 at 6:00 am by Jeff Arnim
- The San Juan Preservation Trust has documented the rare occurrence of a Western Bluebird nesting in a natural cavity of a Garry oak on San Juan Island. Learn more about the significance of this finding.
- Friday Harbor Labs’ Sandy Wyllie-Echeverria and Isabella Brown have written an article about eelgrass flowering for Salish Magazine.
- The San Juan Islands Conservation District shares a look at the past and potential future of the Western white pine.
- Daily flights from the Friday Harbor airport to Paine Field in Everett on Kenmore Air start on July 14.
- Registration is open for The Whale Museum’s virtual summer marine naturalist training program, which runs from July 28 through August 3.
- Cin Cin (255 Spring Street) is having its grand re-opening on Thursday, June 23 from 5 to 8 p.m. They’ll have snacks, chocolates, and tastings of natural wine, port, and amaro.
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