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Bald Eagles make the Kitsap Peninsula home year ‘round, but during April and May they are nesting and raising their young. However, you can watch them soar all year long throughout the Kitsap Peninsula.

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Belfair State Park
410 NE Beck RD
Belfair, WA 98528
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Belfair State Park is a 63-acre, year-round camping park on 3,720 feet of saltwater shoreline at the southern end of Hood Canal.

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Buck Lake County Park
6959 Buck Lake RD NE
Hansville, WA 98340
20.0 Acres - Lake access, beach, swimming area, picnic areas, playground, ball fields, basketball court, volleyball court, BMX track, native plant demonstration garden, and restrooms. The Hansville Greenway Wildlife Corridor is accessible from the park.

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Clear Creek Saq'ad Interpretive Center
9641 Levin RD
Off Bucklin Hill Rd and Levin RD
Silverdale, WA 98383
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The Clear Creek Interpretive Center, located�off Bucklin Hill Road and Levin Road in Silverdale,�hosts educational and cultural programs. For young children and families make a date for Discovery Play Days in the spring and summer. Naturalists lead guided walks along Clear Creek Trail, through nearshore, estuary, wetland, and woodland habitats. The "big red barn" also features exhibits, occasional speakers, and special events. Don't miss their "Salmon Art Contest" each fall.
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Destiny Harbor Tours
4430 Holly Ln. NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
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Welcome, I'm Captain Tom. We operate harbor tours, sightseeing and private charters and memorials in Gig Harbor and Tacoma. Our open boats give an up-close look at the scenery, wildlife and history of Puget Sound! On all our tours you will enjoy spanning views of the Sound with islands, mountains and a great chance to see bald eagles, seals, sea lions, sea hawks (osprey) and more. A Destiny Harbor Tour brings you Up-Close and Personal with Puget Sound, Bring Your Camera! For more information see destinyharbortours.com !

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Elandan Gardens
3050 State Highway 16 W
Bremerton, WA 98312
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Garden shop and more along with nationally renowned Bonsai collection and the contemporary sculpture garden. Reserve for events. NW Flower & Garden Show award winners. Fee for bonsai gardens (museum).

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Foulweather Bluff Preserve
Nature Conservancy Office: 217 Pine Street, Suite 1100
Seattle, WA 98101
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Two miles northwest of Hansville, near the tip of the Kitsap Peninsula, a stand of 70-foot-tall red alders welcomes visitors to the Foulweather Bluff Preserve. The trail leads to a beautiful beach. Owned by the Nature Conservancy.

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FoxBridge Bed & Breakfast
30680 State Highway 3 NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370
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Experience the charm of this colonial home, set on five acres near the historic Norwegian village of Poulsbo, Washington. Whether you're searching for a romantic getaway for two, or a family weekend away, FoxBridge Bed & Breakfast is your destination for visiting Northwest Washington. With two guest rooms each with a private bathroom FoxBridge and a full breakfast each morning FoxBridge is a wonderful place to stay.
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Kitsap Audubon Society
The Kitsap Audubon Society - "where to bird page" - offers suggestions on where the best bird watching will be found on the Kitsap Peninsula.
Hood Canal - South Region

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Pacific Northwest Salmon Center
600 NE Roessel Road
Belfair, WA 98528-9341
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Organization dedicated to protection of salmon habitat and education.
Port Gamble

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Port Gamble Trails
PO Box 7
Poulsbo, WA 98364
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Olymic Resource Management manages 4,300 acres surrounding the Port Gamble townsite. The area is an ideal setting for recreational activities. Bring your horse or mountain bike and explore. Discover the extensive network of logging roads or find your own trail. Keep an eye out for eagles, osprey and other regional wildlife.
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