Earth Day Wildlife Tour

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Come spend this Earth Day, April 22nd, out on the water! This tour is great for all ages and experience levels, start with a Kayaking lesson (or refresher) and then enjoy wildlife viewing as we go in search of seals, otters, bald eagles, and maybe even the mysterious and elusive Transient Orcas.

This is a great way to get out on the water with family and friends who are from out of town or who may not have a ton of on water experience.  Our guide will answer any questions, point out and educate paddlers about various wildlife and provide on water safety and guidance.


When - April 22nd from 11am - 4pm

Where - This tour begins and ends at our rental facility in Poulsbo, and will last 5 hours. 

When paddlers first arrive we will pop into the Poulsbo science center adjacent to our facility and learn about some of the critters there.  Once we hit the water we will make our way to Keyport, which is 2 miles from our dock, to stretch our legs and grab a bite to eat/resupply if needed at the local store. Once rested and refueled we will head back to our dock in Poulsbo.

Not able to make it this time, but still want to have some fun out on the water? Click here for our Summer Calendar!

Total paddle distance for the day will be around 4 miles 

Local wildlife we may encounter:

  • Harbor Seals
  • Bald Eagles
  • Dungeness Crabs
  • Great Blue Herons
  • Sea Stars
  • Ospreys
  • Sea Cucumbers
  • Purple Martins
  • Kelp Crabs

What to Bring:

  • Full water bottle(s)
  • Lunch
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun glasses with strap
  • Weather-appropriate clothing
  • Complete change of clothes (you can keep these in your car)
  • Jacket (Windproof/Waterproof)
  • Feel free to bring a camera, but make sure it's in a waterproof case.
  • Insulation to be worn under your dry suit (long sleeves and pants. Synthetic materials are the best)
  • Towel
  • Sense of Adventure!


    *The cost of the tour includes all of the rental gear: Double Kayaks, Paddle, PFD and Safety Equipment.  No experience is necessary and all ages are welcome.  We hope to see you out on the water!