Loons, Oystercatchers and Murrelets: Birds of the Bay and Rosario Strait

Loons, Oystercatchers and Murrelets: Birds of the Bay and Rosario Strait
Program Series Field Excursions
When Oct 05, 2014 from 08:31 AM to 04:30 PM
Where Bellingham Bay
Instructors Institute staff
Class Tuition $125.00
Clock hours 6.0
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Venture onto the teeming waters of the Puget Sound aboard the warm and comfortable Snow Goose, a spacious 65-foot research vessel.  Led by an enthusiastic field ornithologist, we’ll cruise Bellingham Bay in search of a variety of seabirds from Harlequin and long-tailed ducks to loons and western grebes.  Savoring the whims of weather and sea, we’ll enjoy outdoor and indoor activities.

LEARNING CENTER ACCOMMODATIONS: Triple Accommodations is the tuition for sharing a room with two other people (this may require use of an upper bunk, accessible by an easy-to-climb ladder). Double Accommodations is the tuition for sharing a room with one other person. Single Accommodations is the tuition for a room for one person.

The Learning Center campus features classrooms, a dining hall, a library, outdoor learning shelters, trails, a canoe dock and an amphitheater. Our three guest lodges have shared gender-specific bathrooms with showers and each room contains two sets of twin bunk beds, desks, wardrobes and wireless internet connectivity. Facilities and local trails are all ADA accessible and a personal mobility vehicle is available. Delicious, healthy meals incorporating local and organic foods are provided in our dining hall. If you have special dietary requirements or food allergies, we will gladly attempt to accommodate them with advance notice. Sorry, but we cannot accommodate pets.

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