As we all know tracking our volunteer hours is important for documenting all the hard work that WSU Beach Watchers contribute to Puget Sound waters and wildlife. Please use this link and let us know if you have any questions or having any suggestions for improving this interface.
Check out this new link for tracking your volunteer hours!
Natural Resources Lending Library
The 4H Natural Resources, Forestry and Puget Sound staff have pooled their libraries together to create a lending library of a great collection of books, field guides, DVDs, teacher curricula and journals for you to use. To see the list of library books (October 2011), click here.
The library is located in the main building of WSU Snohomish County Extension and is available to all from 9 AM – 5 PM on weekdays (not including some holidays). Anyone can check out materials. We add to the library content on a sporadic basis.
See Contact Us for Beach Watcher phone numbers
|Derelict Fishing Gear||1-800-477-6224 press 4|
|Floating Debris North and South Puget Sound||206-764-3429|
|PSP (Red Tide)||1-800-562-5632|
|Stranded Marine Mammals and Whale Sightings:
For Island, Skagit and Northern Snohomish County (North of Kayak Point)
For Snohomich County – South of Kayak Point
For City of Edmonds only
|Snohomish County Surface Water Management Pollution Complaint Hotline||425-388-6481|
|For Information on:||Call|
|Fish Consumption Advisories, WA Department of Health||1-877-485-7316|
|Shellfish Safety (including beach closure and harvest restriction)||1-800-562-5632|
|Shellfish Regulations (clam, crab)||1-866-880-5431|
Beach Watcher Meeting Agendas
All Meetings Agenda:
10 AM – 11 AM Beach Watcher News / Updates
11 AM – 12 PM Guest Speaker
12 – 12:30 PM Mingle and Clen Up
Thursday, January 26th
Location: Jennings Park Bark, 6915 Armar Rd, Marysville
Speaker: Scott Redman (Puget Sound Partnership) on “What are the priorities of the Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program”
Tuesday, March 21st
Speaker: Chris Harvey (NOAA NW Fisheries Science Center) on “How does recovery of bald eagles affect other species in Puget Sound?”
Wednesday, May 24th
Location and Speaker TBA.
Tuesday, September 19th
Speaker: Scott Pearson (WA Dept. Fish and Wildlife) on “Seabirds”
Wednesday, November 15th
Location and Speaker TBA.
Beach Naturalists Resources Website:
Get the Tides!
Want a Tide Chart Instead?
This one automatically shows Kayak Point County Park.
Access Shoreline Aerial Photos
Provides 2006 aerial photos of all shorelines of Puget Sound from Washington State Department of Ecology
Need flyers about events? Need help remembering a date? Check out our upcoming events page!