Starting this Thursday, a month & a half long program devoted to identification, natural history and preferences of winter birds on the North Olympic Peninsula will begin. This program is being offered by the Dungeness River Audubon Center at the historic railroad bridge just outside of Sequim.
The Dungeness River Audubon Society here in Sequim is a great partner in our efforts to protect the fragile environment and educating visitors and public alike about the importance of conservation and sustainable practices. We consider them an alliance with many of our goals as a organic bulk lavender producer. They help to promote Agri-tourism here in Sequim.
The winter birds program is just one of many activities in the next couple months offered at the railroad bridge center. Other events include Raptors In Winter, a special presentation with David Drummond on the weekend of Feb. 20. This will be a unique two-day class about the eagles, hawks, and falcons of our area, their adaptations for hunting and survival, and their fascinating lives during winter.
These are just some of the fun events you could participate in while staying at our Sequim Vacation Rental. With WiFi in the house and our shop in town, we would love to direct you to all the fun things that are awaitng a curious mind in Sequim!
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When it comes to Washington Vacation Rentals, it is hard to imagine a more diverse location than here in the Dungeness Valley. Here in Sequim, you are 15 minutes from the sea and 10 minutes from the Dungeness river. Less than an hour away is Hurricane Ridge, which has amazing vistas and hiking trails as well as a snow park in the winter.
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