Donated in 2004
- 11 acres located along eastern Eld Inlet on Cooper Point in northern Thurston County.
- The easement conserves marine shorelines, bluffs and tidelands, as well as mixed conifer and deciduous upland forests, through which flows an unnamed stream.
- The marine shoreline and bluffs provide habitat for shellfish, salmonids and forage fish, great blue heron, bald eagle, cormorant, pigeon guillemot and surf scoter. The upland forest provides habitat for a variety of birds including pileated woodpecker, junco, chickadee and other songbirds, and mammals such as deer, raccoon and Douglas squirrel.
Thank you to the following partners:
- Don and Cherie Davidson
- Pete and Patricia Bergman
CLT Strategic Conservation Goals Achieved:
- Conserve wetlands, riparian areas, and associated upland forests.
- Conserve marine shorelines and estuaries.