Enjoy a private island getaway in the San Juans for up to 15 people! Gather your friends or family and head to Sinclair Island to stay for up to one week. Paddle a kayak to visit seals and eagles, watch river otters scamper along the beach, explore the island by bicycle, or sip wine as the sun sets behind Orcas Island. Boulder Reef Family Camp is a private, rustic retreat sitting on 20 acres. It includes a gravel beach, a small pond frequented by birds and otters, an abandoned orchard, and wooded trails. The solar-powered “Lodge” contains a living room, kitchen/dining area, shower room and bedroom. Two bunkhouses sleep four persons each and a third sleeps five. All facilities are served by an outhouse privy. Grassy rural roads cross Sinclair Island and are great for walking, jogging and bicycling. A gravel spit offers up all the clams you care to dig. Bicycles and kayaks are provided at the camp along with everything you need for archery, badminton, volleyball, soccer, and more. This will be a week to remember!
Light up your home with a gorgeous signed and framed print by Paul Bannick, the same image that won the International Conservation Photography Award in 2012. Then, join Paul to search for, and possibly photograph, owls at one of his favorite haunts! Paul is an award-winning wildlife photographer specializing in the natural history of North America with a focus on birds and habitat. Paul’s first book, The Owl and the Woodpecker, continues to be one of the best-selling bird books in North America. In 2012, Paul won the top prize in the prestigious International Conservation Photography Awards after winning the National Audubon Magazine photography contest the year before. Paul’s work can be found in guides from among others Audubon, and Smithsonian and he and his work have been featured on NBC Nightly News, New York Times and various NPR stations.
Bring nature into your home with this beautiful, hand-carved salmon school sculpture called “Keystone Species.” Created by Conservation Northwest supporter and conservation artist Matthew Kuhar, this exquisite, one-of-a-kind artwork is made from Pacific Northwest wood and bark consciously collected in a selective manner, as to not infringe upon natural habitats. Each piece of wood was chosen for its beauty and its history, and created from the artist’s view of nature, from nature. This carving represents salmon as a keystone species in the Pacific Northwest, giving life, health, and nutrients to hundreds of other species. Created by a knife, beaver tooth, sand paper, fire, and quite a bit of patience, this exceptional piece of artwork is sure to be a conversation conservation piece in your home!
Hit an Emerald City home run with an evening in the Mariners Owner’s Suite! What better way to spend a summer evening than to gather friends in the Mariners Owners’ Suite (up to 4 people), where you’ll watch the home team in style. Parking and dining are even included. Play ball!