To restore, preserve, and protect the natural and historical resources
of Fort Flagler State Park, as well as to provide assistance and support for the park staff.
We hold events, and engage in programs and projects to enhance the park experience for visitors.
The Friends of Fort Flagler (FoFF) was established in 1999 as an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that offers both financial and volunteer support for park improvements and programs not funded by the state parks system. FoFF acts as a strong advocate for the park.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Birding and nature tours are now being held on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Wear sturdy footwear and dress for changeable weather. bring binoculars and your own water.
Ever wonder what type of marine mammals can climb to the top of a jetty or buoy? Or wonder what just porpoise out of the water with such grace? Join Dr. Greg Frankfurter to learn about these acrobatic and curious neighbors, we call sea lions. Dr. Frankfurter will discuss their lifecycle, successes, challenges and where to find them.
Join us with Sara Penhallegon from the Center Valley Animal Rescue to learn about the life of river otters. They are such cute and curious creatures that live throughout the Puget Sound. In this presentation you’ll learn about their life cycles, homes and why they may end up at Center Valley Animal Rescue.
ThIs presentation chronicles salmon restoration and education efforts of the North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC) from our inception in 1990 to today. It highlights methods we use to restore habitat and educate communities across the northern Olympic Peninsula. Learn about our projects and how you can help in salmon restoration.
Join Friends of Fort Flagler on March 16th at 6pm for a virtual program to learn about the faith of the harbor seals rescued in 2021. Last year was the first year SR3 rescued harbor seals for the Salish Sea.
We have been seeing more elephant seals in Puget Sound. What’s changing? Do we have a rookery in where? Join us to learn what’s changed including when they molt, where and why they come ashore. These animals are amazing, and they seem more you know about them, the more you’ll appreciate them.
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