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Skagit Visitor Shares Photo of Season’s First Bear

Skagit Hydroelectric Project visitor Steve Hall shared this photo of the first bear spotted this season during the ride across DiabloLake on Seattle City Light’s boat, the Cascadian.

Seattle City Light Protects Nesting Birds by Delaying Utility Pole Removal

Seattle City Light customer and bird watcher Trileigh Tucker helped the utility protect several chickadees that were nesting in an old utility pole that was about to be removed.

Seattle City Light-Backed Researchers Win Awards

Two Western Washington University graduate student wildlife researchers who received some of their funding from Seattle City Light’s Wildlife Research Program won awards from the Washington and Oregon chapters of The Wildlife Society during the organization’s 2013 annual meeting.

Cameras Give City Light Close Look at Skagit Wildlife

Technology is providing Seattle City Light a better understanding of the wildlife that lives on some of the utility’s property in the Skagit River watershed.

Join City Light at the 2012 Skagit Eagle Festival

Seattle City Light employees will be volunteering their time to support the 2012 Skagit Eagle Festival each weekend throughout January.

Seattle City Light Helping with Skagit Eagle Surveys

Seattle City Light is working with the U.S. Forest Service and the National Park Service to conduct the annual wintering bald eagle surveys on the Skagit River from Newhalem to Sedro Woolley.