Flocks of shorebirds — the cormorant, widgeons and plovers — and the plants of a healthy ecosystem suggest the international significance of Bowerman Basin for migratory birds. Native Americans in a traditional canoe fish just up the coast under the famous Northwest moon petroglyph.
Artist: Erik Sandgren
Date: Dedicated December 12, 2011
Location: Port of Grays Harbor Offices, Conference Room; 111 South Wooding, Aberdeen
Sponsor: Port of Grays Harbor
Note: The Conference Room is open to the public during normal business hours unless it is being used. Please call the Port at 360-533-9528 to determine if the murals are available for viewing.