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We were fortunate to catch a fleet of snow geese resting on an open field, taking off, then landing on a nearby field. We also saw a woodpecker and an isolated pair of geese. Lovely sight, otherwise, this place is a swamp with dead trees...More
The Skagit Wildlife Area is totally worth a visit. I went in early February and there were thousands of birds to see. I went during the week so there were very few other people. There is a nesting pair of bald eagles right next the...More
Very nice area where you can walk along the water (if the water is not too high). There is an eagle’s nest there and we spotted a couple of bald eagles and other birds that were still in the area at this time of a...More
The first time I drove through the Skagit Valley, I was absolutely amazed at the the sights of the trumpeter swans in the Skagit Wildlife Area. I've also seen the snow geese. You may stop for a quick look or take a hike which is...More
Nice walk in a birding area. Discover Pass is required here. Not supposed to be dogs but people bring them,,,didn't bother us. Peaceful area because not that many people go here. We enjoyed the walk among dead trees, path starts out wide and then gets...More
By going to this area at certain times of year, there are lots of white birds to enjoy.
Did see Trumpeter Swans and snow geese that make such a wonderful noise. It is fun to watch them eat and waddle around.
The Skagit Wildlife area was worth some time to explore, offering several different habitats. We visited in summer, but there were raptors, waders, passarines and lovely views. I especially enjoyed watching the waxwings flit around catching bugs!