March 20, 2024

Little Squalicum Estuary - Bridge Station

Little Squalicum Estuary - Bridge Station

Since 2024

In Washington, US


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About this site

This crowdsourced time lapse video shows a view ​of the Little Squalicum Estuary restoration project that was completed in 2024 to improve water  quality and restore essential coastal habitat. This project added a 2.4-acre estuary and removed a fish passage barrier at the mouth of Little Squalicum Creek. 

Your photos help document the site's progress over time. 

About City of Bellingham

The City of Bellingham has a rich variety of fish and wildlife habitats. There are over 75 miles of shoreline in Bellingham, including the marine nearshore of Bellingham Bay, lakes, and streams. Bellingham also contains approximately 1,000 acres of wetlands and over 10,000 acres of forest. These habitats provide corridors for fish and wildlife and are the foundation for important ecosystem functions on which we all depend. Protecting and restoring these habitats helps support fish and wildlife populations and the quality of life we enjoy. The City’s Natural Resources Division of the Public Works Department manages a Restoration Program to protect and restore these habitats. 


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