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Research

“The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not ‘Eureka!’ but ‘that’s funny…’” —Issac Asimov

Vashon Nature Center is committed to sharing our results. We believe that science is a powerful tool for learning how best to live in respectful relation to plants, animals, and ecosystems. We view scientific information and naturalist knowledge as part of the fabric of our community—a rich heritage akin to myths, stories, and songs. Our publications and data are organized by program. Click on a link to open a pdf document of the report or go to a report page. All reports are either published by Vashon Nature Center or use data collected by Vashon Nature Center. If you would like to purchase a print version of any of these publications, please contact us. For creative musings on our natural history information, read our blog.

Vashon Nature Center - Sphagnum

Sphagnum moss, Labrador tea leaves at Whispering Firs Bog. Photo credit: Bianca Perla

BIODIVERSITY
SALMON
AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES
Vashon Nature Center - Streambug

Stonefly larva.
Photo credit: Jeff Adams and Xerces Society

SHORELINE
Vashon Nature Center - Moonsnail

Vashon Nature Center – Moonsnail Moonsnail at Neil Point Natural Area.
Photo credit: Maria Metler

Interpretive Map of Maury Island Aquatic Reserve and Surrounding Areas:
Based on Vashon Nature Center research on ecology and history of this area. This is designed to be printed on 11×17 paper or you can keep the digital download on a mobile device.

RESTORATION

(Featured photo by Bianca Perla)