Snoqualmie
Wildlife Area Location

CONTACT INFORMATION
Brian Boehm
Manager
16018 Mill Creek Blvd.
Mill Creek, WA 98012
(425) 327-4869

 
Wildlife Areas
Snoqualmie Wildlife Area
Ebey Island Unit
This unit is located upstream of Spencer Island and between the towns of Everett and Snohomish. It is 1,237 acres in size and consists of approximately 417 acres of forested swamp, and 820 acres of grassland that was purchased in 2008. The forested portion was logged in the 1890ís and has become reforested naturally into one of the few remaining sitka spruce swamps in the Snohomish River estuary. The grassland portion is vegetated largely by reed canarygrass and baltic rush, and is divided by the forks of Deadwater slough which span the properties length, north to south. Recreational access for this unit is in the planning phase.
Viewing Opportunities

Birds

  • Birds of Prey
  • Eagles
  • Shorebirds
  • Songbirds
  • Wading Birds
  • Waterfowl
  • Mammals

  • Deer
  • Small Mammals
  • Other

  • Reptiles/Amphibians
  • How to Get Here
    Access Site #1
    Driving Directions
    There is currently no developed public access to this Unit.
    Parking/Restroom Information
    There is no developed parking area or restroom facilities.
    Other Information
    This Unit is closed during hours of darkness.
     
    IMPORTANT NOTICE
    Ebey Island Parking/Restroom Information
    There is no developed parking area or restroom facilities. WDFW leases a parking lot under Highway 2 on the east side of Ebey Island. Limited parking is also available at the corner of Homeacre Rd. and 51st St. SE.
       OTHER INFORMATION
    Snoqualmie Wildlife Area Management Plan
    Wildlife Area Habitat Conservation Plans
    Weekender Report
    Wildlife Viewing Guides
    Accessing Washington's Outdoors
    Find a Water Access Site
       MAPPING
    GoHunt - Interactive Mapping
       OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
    • Bird watching
    • Hiking
    • Hunting
    • Wildlife viewing
     

    If you are Hunting or Fishing, remember to check all current regulations.

    Activities may include restrictions or require permits. Please see Public Conduct Rules for more information.