Pacific Northwest

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As you jump and glide over the surface of the water are quite entertaining. Most people have seen dolphins in action at the various aquariums worldwide. So do the same in nature. They make me laugh. I think that they actually enjoy an audience! Living in the Pacific Northwest, we are very aware of the salmon industry. When riding, there are many small fishing boats with their nets in the fishery openings of different types of salmon. It's fun to watch them jump.

Fishermen are also very good seal. You can be sure that when salmon are abundant around the mouths of large rivers, you will see a lot of stamps. They love fishing for salmon, much to the chagrin of commercial fishermen. Can be seen swimming through the water, or sunning themselves on large logs or rocky outcrops along the coast. The bark of a seal is strong and funny to hear and they are another creature that can entertain the sailors on the west coast.

When salmon are running, there is another fisherman, one with wings. There are many Bald Eagles on the west coast, and also enjoy a good salmon dinner. They are very majestic bird. Its fixed costs rise is something that he admired. The black and white features really stand out against the sky as they slide and then swoop down for a fish. Sea otters can sometimes be seen by the extensive seagrass beds. In particular, I've seen a lot to browse through our Bayliner, off the coast of British Columbia to California. These sea creatures are very shy, so it must be given space. They love to float back and eat sea urchins playing in the water, material and over again. It is often seen playing in pairs. Sea otters are marine mammals favorite of my husband. She loves to watch them play. We really are very cute. If you've seen, I am sure you will agree. Like mammals, the coast offers wonderful creatures who joined the rocks and driftwood or coral. Sea anemones are absolutely beautiful, as are the colorful starfish. Anenomes are white, pink, pale green and smooth with large soft feathers. Starfish are found in the ranges of bright orange to dark purple. They can be very small and fragile, or very large. Some measure several centimeters in diameter. Sea cucumbers, barnacles, sea urchins, oysters, mussels and crabs, are all along the coast. I like to walk on the docks in marinas, when the tide is low and see some of these crustaceans in small pools of water. Often you can get up close to see better. In total we are very fortunate in this area to see so many creatures. Many of them are not seen by most people around the world. To improve our environment and our sailing experiences. It is important that we remember to respect all the creatures in their natural environment, in order not to interfere with the course of nature. Valerie Giles owns and operates ships, anchors and more like a boating resource site with the manufacturers of fishing lure and all you need for the sailing season.