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It was a nice little walk but wasn't a lot to see unless you're a bird watcher. The trail was good (boardwalk, pavement and gravel) but any "relaxing" points were created specifically for the watchers - of which there were quite a few.
I use to see people from as far away as Europe here and I was surprised because this is a great place for birds that evendors lcoals seem unware of. Apparently it's been reported so people are showing up.
I got many good photographs here...More
Go at anytime of day for a wild and pretty beach. But go at high tide if you are looking for birds. We went on May 9. A local told us we were three weeks late for the peak migration. Still, there were hundreds of...More
We walked the jetty in Westport and wanted to check out Bottle Beach because we heard there were a lot of birds there. Evidently the shape of the beach is like a bottle because there were not a lot of bottles there. Pelicans galore along...More
Bottle Beach is one of the premier locations at Grays Harbor for migrating shorebirds on their northbound journey to Arctic breeding grounds and on their southbound journey to their wintering grounds. This is a special place for birders and other wildlife watchers. Best shorebird viewing...More
It is a short walk to the beach of Grays Harbor on a paved and partly bridged walkway. We walked way out on the mud flats since it was low tide. Found living clams, clam shells, some driftwood, very few rocks. There is a geocache...More