Point No Point and Foulweather Bluff

Poulsbo, Washington

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The combination of two sites at the tip of the Kitsap Peninsula, Point No Point and Foulweather Bluff, make a long drive worth the effort, especially when the alcids, gulls, and sea ducks that breed in Alaska and on the Yukon return for the winter. Specialty birds: Common Loon; Pelagic and Brandt’s Cormorants; Brant; Greater Scaup; Harlequin Duck; Barrow’s Goldeneye; Bald Eagle; Peregrine Falcon; Red-necked Phalarope; Heerman’s, Bonaparte’s, Little, Mew, Thayer’s, and Western Gulls; Common Tern; Common Murre; Pigeon Guillemot; Marbled and Ancient Murrelets; Rhinoceros Auklet, and many more.

Point No Point and Foulweather Bluff Professional Review and Guide

"The combination of two sites at the tip of the Kitsap Peninsula, Point No Point and Foulweather Bluff, make a long drive worth the effort, especially when the alcids, gulls, and sea ducks that breed in Alaska and on the Yukon return for the winter.

Specialty birds: Common Loon; Pelagic and Brandt’s Cormorants; Brant; Greater Scaup; Harlequin Duck; Barrow’s Goldeneye; Bald Eagle; Peregrine Falcon; Red-necked Phalarope; Heerman’s, Bonaparte’s, Little, Mew, Thayer’s, and Western Gulls; Common Tern; Common Murre; Pigeon Guillemot; Marbled and Ancient Murrelets; Rhinoceros Auklet, and many more."

Activity Type: Birding
Nearby City: Poulsbo
Trail Type: Several options
Best Times: Best fall through spring
Trailhead Elevation: 5 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Local Contacts: The Nature Conservancy
Driving Directions: Directions to Point No Point and Foulweather Bluff

Recent Trail Reviews

3/28/2006
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We visited on a weekday and had the trail and beach to ourselves. Incredible bird watching. NO PARKING DUSK TO DAWN signs are difficult to find because they face away from you as you drive west. Look across from 3462 street address.



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