Wildlife Gallery

Orcas and Marine Life

Several Orca pods migrate up to several times a day past Point Roberts. They are usually seen most easily from Monument Park and Lighthouse Marine Park. 

whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts

Lily Point Shoreline

whale watching in Point Roberts
Purple Starfish
whale watching in Point Roberts

Monument Park Beach

pheasant
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts

Birds, Lots of Birds

Point Roberts is part of the Pacific Flyway and 147 species of birds are easily spotted and photographed.  

whale watching in Point Roberts

Heron

whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
pheasant
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts

Eagles Galore! 

Point Roberts has 12 nesting pairs of American Bald Eagles and in the summer months, hundreds of eagles gather to enjoy the abundant feast and easy updrafts.

whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
whale watching in Point Roberts
pheasant

Several local photographers have generously allowed us to use their pictures on our Point Robert's sites and we hope you will give them credit in Social Media, visit their sites and purchase prints, paintings and books and join us in doing what we can to educate people who visit the area on practicing community conservation.

Christian Sasse - Sasse Photography

Denis Beauvais

Point Roberts is home to lots of forest and marine life. 147 species of birds come through as part of the Pacific flyway and the area around Lily Point is old growth forest and full spectrum marine life.

Several local photographers have generously allowed us to use their pictures on our Point Robert’s sites and we hope you will give them credit in Social Media, visit their sites and purchase prints, paintings and books and join us in doing what we can to educate people who visit the area on practicing community conservation.