Yellow Island Adventure

Conservancy members take a trip to the magical preserve in the San Juan Islands.

Conservancy members take a trip to our magical preserve in the San Juan Islands, Yellow Island.

Conservancy members prepare to board the boat to Yellow Island.

Anacortes, WA

Taking off the dock for Yellow Island.

Out to sea.

Into the San Juans.

Charting a course.


Taking in the views.

Board member John Rose addresses the group.

Conservancy members enjoy the journey to Yellow Island.

Conservancy members enjoy the journey to Yellow Island.

San Juans.

A naturalist joins us on the sea.

The blue waters that surround the islands.

Conservancy members speak with staff and enjoy the journey to Yellow Island.

Our destination: Yellow Island.

Director of Marketing, Carrie Krueger, captures a moment of our journey to Yellow Island.


The shore of Yellow Island and the beginning of our trek.

Conservancy members gather for information about Yellow Island.

View from the boat.

Conservancy members enjoy the beach on Yellow Island.

Our Puget Sound Partnership Communications Manager, Kat Morgan, briefs the group on the work we do and on the marine wildlife around the island.

The boat awaits our return.

Driftwood populates the beach.

This island is magical and our efforts to keep Washington beautiful are prevalent here.

The group listens to the stories about the island.

Phil Green, the Yellow Island's caretaker, briefs members on the rules of the island.

Other islands.

Beginning the journey.

Conservancy members begin to explore the island.

A little explorer falls in love with Yellow Island.

Conservancy members enjoy Yellow Island's forest.

Conservancy members enjoy Yellow Island.

Flowers are abundant.

Further exploration.

Conservancy members get lost in the beauty of Yellow Island.

Taking it all in.

Caretakers home on the Island.

Exploring the island edge.

Hidden places.

Yellow Island is gorgeous.

Hues of purple surround the island.

Phil Green, the caretaker of Yellow Island.

Lonesome trees.

A single burned tree on the island.

Taking pictures.

Trekking on.

In awe of the beauty.

Flowers fill the island.

Taking a break to smell the flowers.


Heading back.

Marketing Events Manager, Diana Post, checks out the trail on Yellow Island.

The Island shows its colors.

Phil Green, Yellow Island caretaker, bids us farewell.


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