Lummi Island NRCA
Features Protected: This site provides an uneven-aged mixed forest, making it very appealing to birds of prey.
Ecoregion: Puget Trough (Whatcom County)
This 661-acre conservation area in northern Puget Sound includes forested shorelines with steep, rocky headlands. An uneven-aged mixed forest dominated by old growth Douglas-fir provides a combination of habitat features that makes it attractive to bald eagles, other birds of prey and marine birds. A small marine park is available for boaters.
Science, Research and Monitoring
Public and private universities, other research institutions and individual researchers may contact DNR to propose a research project at the site. If you are interested in pursuing research at Lummi Island NRCA, please contact David Wilderman, natural areas ecologist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Environmental Education and Public Access
Currently no formal educational programs are available at Lummi Island NRCA. The site is not ADA accessible and facilities are not available. For more information, contact the DNR Northwest Region natural areas manager.