Did you know that killer whales live in distinct geographic communities that have their own language dialects? Or that each community does not interbreed with other communities? The Summer issue of HARBORS has a beautifully illustrated article about these captivating animals by Ken Balcomb of the Center for Whale Research on San Juan Island. Check it out and learn all about their dating and mating habits, social structure, territories and much more. You can subscribe here.
There’s an excellent article by one of our favorite authors in the Spring 11 issue of HARBORS about the Olympic Peninsula and the significance of the region to a man who has spent his life and raised his family there. “The Olympic Park Runs Through It” by Bill McMillan is a great read whether you’re a long-time resident or a newcomer to the peninsula.
At HARBORS, we’d love to read about the experiences you’ve had in the Olympics. Tell us all about it in the Comments section. (more…)
This was a great article in the new spring issue. It’s a great place to take a group of employees up to go fishing and work on team building. (more…)