Other Events of Interest

Saturday, 3/04/23


Camano Center, 606 Arrowhead Road

FOCIP and Camano Wildlife Habitat will have tables at this popular FREE community event. Stop by to buy a Camano Wildlife Habitat sign or a FOCIP trail guide and learn more about these terrific organizations.

Additionally, here are some videos and webinars we've produced for our Shore Friendly program. We're currently working on adding to the suite of videos for more vegetation information and eventually drainage management and smart development.

Shore Friendly Living Videos and Webinars:

Sponsored by Sno-Isle Libraries

Become a friend to our area's birds

Join biologists, photographers, and conservationists at the Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano for a series of in-person events about our feathered friends. Learn more about local species of owls, snow geese, and woodpeckers. Deep dive into conservation issues. Find out how you can help in your own yard and beyond.

All events are free but registration is required. Seating is limited. Click here to Reserve your spot today.

The Owl and the Woodpecker with Paul Bannik

Saturday, December 17

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano

Join us for a visual and auditory exploration of owl and woodpecker habitats that define and enrich the Pacific Northwest.

Washington’s Swans and Snow Geese: Connections to Land Use, Agriculture, and Dairy Farms

Saturday, January 14

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano

Well-known swan biologist Martha Jordan will present on Washington’s wintering white birds - Trumpeter Swans, Tundra Swans, and Snow Geese.

An Introduction to Birding

Saturday, January 21

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano

Learn more about the joy of birding and how you can get started as a birder yourself.

Making Your Yard A Bird Haven

Saturday, February 25

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano

Landscape your yard, patio, or community space to provide crucial resources for both migratory and residential birds.

Camano Island in Washington State became the 10th Community Wildlife Habitat in the nation and now boasts over 1,000 Certified Wildlife Habitats. The effort was led by Val Schroeder, who in 2006 was awarded the Federation’s Volunteer of the Year in response to the many nominations by her peers and NWF-affiliates. She continues to build momentum for wildlife-friendly gardens on her island home. Read More