Links & Resources

The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

At the University of Washington has served the people of the State of Washington as the premier museum of natural history and culture for 115 years.

Clallam Conservation District

Provides information and technical and financial assistance to help citizens achieve land use objectives in an environmentally sustainable manner.

of Clallam County

Organizes local residents to monitor our streams, in support of watershed planning, resource protection, and habitat enhancement.

Olympic Driftwood Sculptors

An exciting organization established in October 2008, to share and promote the art of driftwood (found wood) sculpture on the Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic National Forest

Information on the national forest lands that circle the peninsula. Brief presentations that interpret forest ecosystem are crucial to understanding of the forested upper watershed of the Dungeness.

Olympus Net

Our generous host on the Internet captures the pulse of the Olympic Peninsula – both its natural wonders and activities of its people.

Great Backyard Bird Count

The first online citizen-science project to collect data on wild birds and to display results in near real-time.  Join us on  February 13-16, 2015.

Dungeness River Management Team

Seeks to preserve and enhance the Dungeness River Watershed Planning Area through an ecosystem approach to restoring its physical and biological health.

National Park

Olympic is like many magical parks in one. A day’s exploration can take you from breathtaking mountain vistas with meadows of wildflowers to colorful ocean tide pools. Take some time to explore its different faces!

Olympic Peninsula Birdfest

April 13-15, 2018

An annual festival which provides participants the opportunity to view a wide variety of birds normally seen on the Olympic Peninsula. The festival is timed to overlap wintering birds and the beginning of spring migration.

19th Dungeness River Festival

September 28, 2018

Spread your wings with the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society, print a fish on paper or cloth (bring a t-shirt, pillow case, etc.), jump like a frog doing the Animal Olympics and more….



Discover 600 birds of North America through sounds and pictures. Many bird species may even be recognised solely based on the call or song, and in the case of a wide range of species it is easier to hear the bird rather than see it.

Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society

The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society promotes birding, conservation of habitat and biological diversity on the Olympic Peninsula through educational and conservation efforts. We are a local chapter of the National Audubon Society and a partner supporting the mission of the Dungeness River Audubon Center.