Bainbridge Island IslandWood

Winslow, Washington

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There’s a one-of-a-kind school on Bainbridge Island where you can practice drawing like John James Audubon or taking photos like Art Wolfe, learn to track local mammals and how to read trees to unravel a forest’s life history. IslandWood inspires exploration and stewardship of the natural world by linking science, technology, and the arts in an incredibly diverse outdoor classroom. Miles of fir needle–cushioned trails wind through an enchanting 255 acres of second-growth forest to a bog, pond, marsh, stream, and ravine. For saltwater studies, the property connects to the Blakely estuary and Blakely Harbor.
Nature in the City: Seattle

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Nature in the City: Seattle

by Maria Dolan & Kathryn True (The Mountaineers Books)

There’s a one-of-a-kind school on Bainbridge Island where you can practice drawing like John James Audubon or taking photos like Art Wolfe, learn to track local mammals and how to read trees to unravel a forest’s life history. IslandWood inspires exploration and stewardship of the natural world by linking science, technology, and the arts in an incredibly diverse outdoor classroom.

Miles of fir needle–cushioned trails wind through an enchanting 255 acres of second-growth forest to a bog, pond, marsh, stream, and ravine. For saltwater studies, the property connects to the Blakely estuary and Blakely Harbor.

©  Maria Dolan & Kathryn True/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Nature Trips
Nearby City: Winslow
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to Bainbridge Island: IslandWood

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