From the monthly archives:

August 2010

Fishing The Lummi Way

by Tim Flanagan on August 31, 2010

John Ryan has this story at KUOW radio: Just west of Bellingham, visit a small fleet of reef–netters continues to make a living the way the Lummi tribe invented centuries ago. But these reef–netters aren’t Lummis. On small barges anchored near a shallow reef, viagra spotters in rubber boots and raingear cling to metal towers. […]

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Point Robinson included on Whale Trail

by Tim Flanagan on August 31, 2010

Nate Hulings has the story in the Olympian: [Steve Bloom  / The Olympian photo: Jim Amador, viagra dosage Port of Olympia marine terminal director, points out a peregrine falcon nest nestled high atop one of the facility’s cranes during a morning public tour Sunday. The tours were part of Olympia’s annual Sand in the City […]

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Nate Hulings has the story in the Olympian: [Steve Bloom  / The Olympian photo: Jim Amador, viagra dosage Port of Olympia marine terminal director, points out a peregrine falcon nest nestled high atop one of the facility’s cranes during a morning public tour Sunday. The tours were part of Olympia’s annual Sand in the City […]

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Gray Whale In Vancouver Might Be Good For Ducks

by Tim Flanagan on August 31, 2010

Nate Hulings has the story in the Olympian: [Steve Bloom  / The Olympian photo: Jim Amador, viagra dosage Port of Olympia marine terminal director, points out a peregrine falcon nest nestled high atop one of the facility’s cranes during a morning public tour Sunday. The tours were part of Olympia’s annual Sand in the City […]

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Nate Hulings has the story in the Olympian: [Steve Bloom  / The Olympian photo: Jim Amador, viagra dosage Port of Olympia marine terminal director, points out a peregrine falcon nest nestled high atop one of the facility’s cranes during a morning public tour Sunday. The tours were part of Olympia’s annual Sand in the City […]

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Nate Hulings has the story in the Olympian: [Steve Bloom  / The Olympian photo: Jim Amador, viagra dosage Port of Olympia marine terminal director, points out a peregrine falcon nest nestled high atop one of the facility’s cranes during a morning public tour Sunday. The tours were part of Olympia’s annual Sand in the City […]

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State Ferry ridership decline to level off

by Tim Flanagan on August 29, 2010

Some time this year up to 20 marine mammals will make their debut in Puget Sound, medicine patrolling the waters of Hood Canal, allergy on the lookout for agents of al-Qaida or any other enemy who might try infiltrating the Trident Submarine Base at Bangor. Craig Welch has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Fire hits historic Argosy Cruises tour boat

by Tim Flanagan on August 29, 2010

Some time this year up to 20 marine mammals will make their debut in Puget Sound, medicine patrolling the waters of Hood Canal, allergy on the lookout for agents of al-Qaida or any other enemy who might try infiltrating the Trident Submarine Base at Bangor. Craig Welch has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Some time this year up to 20 marine mammals will make their debut in Puget Sound, medicine patrolling the waters of Hood Canal, allergy on the lookout for agents of al-Qaida or any other enemy who might try infiltrating the Trident Submarine Base at Bangor. Craig Welch has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Seattle Sketcher covers carrier USS Abraham Lincoln

by Tim Flanagan on August 28, 2010

Recent fishing violations suggest that officials are cracking down on illegal taking of resources. Mark Yuasa has the story in the Seattle Times: Fish and game violations are being taken more seriously, meningitis with some poachers getting their due in court after making bad decisions. In the early morning hours of Feb. 27, three poachers […]

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Poachers paying the price

by Tim Flanagan on August 28, 2010

Recent fishing violations suggest that officials are cracking down on illegal taking of resources. Mark Yuasa has the story in the Seattle Times: Fish and game violations are being taken more seriously, meningitis with some poachers getting their due in court after making bad decisions. In the early morning hours of Feb. 27, three poachers […]

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Coast Guard monitors sunken vessel near Clallum Bay

by Tim Flanagan on August 28, 2010

The biggest sockeye run in nearly a century — 25 million fish — is headed back to British Columbia’s Fraser River and its tributaries. It’s a bonanza for American and Canadian fishermen, online who are more used to squabbling over how to divide up a declining resource. Hal Bernton has the story in the Seattle […]

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The biggest sockeye run in nearly a century — 25 million fish — is headed back to British Columbia’s Fraser River and its tributaries. It’s a bonanza for American and Canadian fishermen, online who are more used to squabbling over how to divide up a declining resource. Hal Bernton has the story in the Seattle […]

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The biggest sockeye run in nearly a century — 25 million fish — is headed back to British Columbia’s Fraser River and its tributaries. It’s a bonanza for American and Canadian fishermen, online who are more used to squabbling over how to divide up a declining resource. Hal Bernton has the story in the Seattle […]

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Sport crabbing to close in most of Puget Sound

by Tim Flanagan on August 27, 2010

Gary Chittim has the story with video KING-5 News: SEATTLE – When researchers at the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Lab first released infrared footage they captured of Southern Resident Orcas in the San Juan Islands, cheapest it took off like wildfire on the web. Now we’re learning more about why they set up a […]

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Video: Camera paints colorful orca portrait

by Tim Flanagan on August 27, 2010

Gary Chittim has the story with video KING-5 News: SEATTLE – When researchers at the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Lab first released infrared footage they captured of Southern Resident Orcas in the San Juan Islands, cheapest it took off like wildfire on the web. Now we’re learning more about why they set up a […]

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I took some pictures of the work at the City of Olympia’s [not the Port of Olympia’s…oops! —Tim] Percival Landing renovation today. In case you were thinking of tying up to what remains, approved think again: In fact, I think I spotted a bunch of Percival Landing heading out on a barge! Quigg Bros. tug Mary […]

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New ferry Chetzemoka has a list

by Tim Flanagan on August 27, 2010

I took some pictures of the work at the City of Olympia’s [not the Port of Olympia’s…oops! —Tim] Percival Landing renovation today. In case you were thinking of tying up to what remains, approved think again: In fact, I think I spotted a bunch of Percival Landing heading out on a barge! Quigg Bros. tug Mary […]

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I took some pictures of the work at the City of Olympia’s [not the Port of Olympia’s…oops! —Tim] Percival Landing renovation today. In case you were thinking of tying up to what remains, approved think again: In fact, I think I spotted a bunch of Percival Landing heading out on a barge! Quigg Bros. tug Mary […]

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