A colony of double-crested cormorants congregate inside the rocky breakwater of Blaine's commercial marina at an evening high tide in 2003. WDFW biologists will fly a drone over the Blaine waterfront Friday to help determine how many pair of double-crested cormorant nest in the area.
A colony of double-crested cormorants congregate inside the rocky breakwater of Blaine's commercial marina at an evening high tide in 2003. WDFW biologists will fly a drone over the Blaine waterfront Friday to help determine how many pair of double-crested cormorant nest in the area. Geoff Menzie Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
A colony of double-crested cormorants congregate inside the rocky breakwater of Blaine's commercial marina at an evening high tide in 2003. WDFW biologists will fly a drone over the Blaine waterfront Friday to help determine how many pair of double-crested cormorant nest in the area. Geoff Menzie Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

What's that in the sky over Blaine? It's a bird, it's a plane ... it's the WDFW?

June 29, 2018 05:00 AM