Flattery Rocks National Wildlife Refuge

Flattery Rocks National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Washington Maritime NWR Complex
33 S Barr Rd
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Phone:360-457-8451
Web: pacific.fws.gov/refuges/field/wa_Flatteryrocks.htm
Established: 1907.
Location:Off Washington's Pacific coast, south of Cape Flattery.
Facilities:Viewing sites.
Activities:Bird watching.
Special Features:Interpretive panels at Lake Ozette, Rialto Beach, Second Beach, Ruby Beach, and Kalalock provide information about refuge's offshore islands.
Habitats: A portion of 870 islands, rocks, and reefs. Many are rocky outcroppings exposed only during low tide; others are rock islands with salal, salmonberry, and a few stunted conifers.
Access: Public access on the islands is not permitted. Observation from the mainland or by boat, which should stay at least 200 yards away to avoid disturbing nesting birds.
Wild life: Pelagic birds including tufted puffins, black oystercatcher, pigeon guillemot, common murre, storm petrels, auklets, cormorants, and gulls. Waters around the islands are home to harbor and fur seals, California sea lions, river otters and whales, including right, grays and humpbacks.

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