Port Susan Snow Goose & Birding Festival > Birding on Camano Island
Stanwood and Camano Island’s mild weather and central location within Washington’s beautiful Puget Sound makes it an attractive year-round destination for people and wildlife. Permanent residents include the Great Blue Heron, Eagles, Hawks, and shorebirds. The area is home for several species of duck which often all can be seen from a single vantage point.
In the early winter months, Snow Geese stop over as they migrate south for the winter. Bald Eagles have a strong presence on Camano Island as well. Open fields, wetlands and miles of scenic coastline encourage a diverse bird and wildlife population, no matter what time of year you visit! The many parks on Camano Island offer many locations from which to watch a very wide variety of birds, both local and migrating.
Birding On Camano Island
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