Camano is the tenth community in the nation certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. Join us in striving to keep Camano a wildlife friendly island and to create, preserve, enhance, and restore wildlife habitat by providing food, water, shelter, and a place to raise young.

Camano -- an island in harmony with nature, one yard at a time!

Recent Announcements

  • 9/17 Salal NPS Meeting: “Attracting Birds and Other Wildlife to Your Garden with Native Plants” Salal Native Plant Society meeting10 am, September 17th at the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research ReserveWe are delighted to host a presentation by Jim Clark, of the ...
    Posted Aug 25, 2016, 9:34 PM by Roxie Rochat
  • Help protect Barnum Point In partnership with Island County, The Whidbey Camano Land Trust (WCLT) is working to add an additional 65 acres of upland and 37 acres of tideland to the existing Barnum ...
    Posted Aug 4, 2016, 8:53 PM by Roxie Rochat
  • Wed. 8/17, 7 p.m. Pollinators — Garden and Habitat Restoration by Julie O’Donald Julie O’Donald, Habitat Steward and Master Gardener, will identify a variety of pollinators that may be found in Puget Sound gardens and natural areas Wednesday, Aug. 17, 7 p ...
    Posted Aug 4, 2016, 8:49 PM by Roxie Rochat
  • Wed, 7/20, 7pm Program: Bats Demystified by Kathleen Bander Kathleen Bander, Bats Northwest, will identify the species of bats we’re likely to encounter in the Pacific Northwest, how they live, how we benefit from them, and how we ...
    Posted Jul 6, 2016, 6:28 PM by Roxie Rochat
  • Another not-to-be-missed stop on this year's garden tour This June 23, 2016 HeraldNet article describes the transformation of Carole and Sandy Ferraud's "Camano garden reborn after disaster."
    Posted Jun 23, 2016, 10:46 PM by Roxie Rochat
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