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Logan was fitted with a radio collar so the team can track his movement and learn more about his range

Wolverines are one of the rarest and most elusive mammals in North America. Hunted near extinction they’re finally starting to return.

Mountain view from the San Juan Islands.

The people who come on these tours of San Juan Island are curious about one thing: stories of people and place. 

Preparation is a time consuming process.

A labor of love! Burke paleontologists take steps to preserve the South Lake Union mammoth tusk.

Sucia Figure

Works of art in the form of carved bone, stone, horn and basketry have been found and dated back to 5,000 years ago.

Acuclavella leonardi specimen

The strangest-looking arachnids found in Washington state according to Rod Crawford.

An interactive mapping tool that displays ranges of weeds and invasive plants in Washington state.

Bruce Crowley with the tusk found in Seattle.

Washington state is home to a wide variety of fossils. Best of all, there age has several fossil sites that are open to the public!

While there have been enormous changes in Coast Salish Native diet and culture over the centuries, a core value of food has survived.

Rough-Skinned Newt

Explore the 26 species of amphibians and 28 reptiles found in Washington state.

illustration of fishes of Puget Sound

What fishes are in the waters of Puget Sound? Explore these and more with this unique guide to the families of fishes in Puget Sound.

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