Set amidst Washington’s scenic San Juan Islands, Yellow Island is a one-of-a kind location. Owned by The Nature Conservancy, the island offers unique beauty, an example of conservation in action and an escape from everyday life. Each spring it is bathed in fields of wildflowers, tumbling down hillsides towards the water.
Join us for a very special trip to Yellow Island. We’ll travel by charter boat from Anacortes to the island while learning about the ecology of the region from Nature Conservancy scientists. Roam the island, take photos and ask questions. We may even get lucky and see some of the region’s iconic sea life on the return trip.
SORRY, THESE TRIPS ARE NOW FULL
DATE & TIMES
Saturday, May 7
10:00 (9:30 check in), returning at 1:45pm
2:00pm (1:30 check in), returning at 5:45pm
Boat departs from Outer Island Expeditions in Anacortes
This is not a donation to The Nature Conservancy. It simply covers the cost of the boat so your donations can be used for conservation work.
CONFIRM YOUR SPACE
Request a space by emailing WAEvents@TNC.org. Please include your phone number so we can call you to accept payment. Your space will not be confirmed until you give payment. You will receive an email confirming your reservation and including details on where to meet and what to bring.
Space is limited so sign up now. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to visit The Nature Conservancy’s Yellow Island.