One headed north in San Juan Channel a mile WSW of Yellow
One traveling SE just off Yellow; swam between Yellow and Seal Rocks
Two headed between Low and Shaw islands going NE
One traveling west to east one mile south of Yellow Island. Ten minutes later, the same, or a second one, was headed north up San Juan Channel in roughly the same location.
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 swimming north up San Juan Channel
Two headed SW past Yellow
4 including mother and calf
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.
About 1" tall. Swath about 1' long.
Scattered on future housing site .
In bloom. Flowers about 1.5" across
About 3" tall. Top about 4" across. Growing in ditch
About 4" tall. Just 1 to be found.
Growing all along roadside . Some still sprouting & others up to 4' tall
Found in dredge near Friday harbor labs. About 1 1/2" across
Found in dredge near Friday harbor labs. About 4" across
Status is uncertain according to Andy Lamb. May be small variant of Crimson anemone Cribrinopsis fernaldi. Lacks typical red banding on tentacles. May be a distinct species. Found by diver/ photographer Neil McDaniel of Vancouver BC. Found in dredge near Friday harbor labs. Many individuals (10+). Very small less than 1" across
Found in dredge near Friday harbor labs. About 2-2 1/2 " long
Spiny pink scallop. Found in dredge near Friday harbor labs. Many individuals up to 2" across. Some were swimming in tank .