It is scattered everywhere on the ground.
Two rode my wake for a quarter mile while I headed S towards Point Caution
Freshly dead killed by a pair of adult bald eagles on the east spit
Juvenile? stunned by hitting a large window on my home overlooking the Salish Sea. .
Swimming W 50 meters S of Yellow Island
Two swimming N just S of Pt. caution
One in the garden area
80-100 headed S down SJC from Spieden Channel to past Friday Harbor
Half mile S of Yellow swimming NW up SJC
One by the orange can #4 SW of Yellow
Three. Two a mule south of a Yellow headed N. One a quarter mile west, headed east.
One a half mile SW of Yellow Island swimming E.
Foraging off the SW point of Yellow.
Foraging along the S shore headed W.
Joined me on the S side of the cabin. The first mink I've seen in several years. :)
Four appear to be foraging about a mile SSE of Yellow Island
One traveling SE just off Yellow; swam between Yellow and Seal Rocks
Five swimming birth at the west end of Presidents Channel about a mile south of Point Disney on Waldron Island
One traveling east to west a quarter mile south of Yellow.
Two adults headed north up San Juan Channel about a mile south of Yellow
Adult and juvenile traveling west a quarter mile south of Yellow.
One traveling north up San Juan Channel, moving relatively fast.
Four traveling NE across San Juan Channel about a mile south of Yelliw Island
3 going north up San Juan Channel
Pup in the grass below the bat box at English Camp, Could be Myotis lucifugus, but this is a known mixed colony of Big brown bats and Yuma Myotis.