Birding Three Crabs & Dungeness Bay
Dungeness Bay is a spectacular estuary at the mouth of the Dungeness River, one of the prime birding areas of the North Olympic Peninsula. Deemed an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society, it is rich in birdlife throughout the year. Waterfowl gather here by the thousands, including Brant, who feed on eelgrass during migration and in winter. At the right tide, shorebirds include plovers, dowitchers, yellowlegs, several sandpipers, Whimbrels, and godwits feeding in easy view, along with eagles and falcons.