Spring in Puget Sound

Puget Sound in the Spring… from Laura James on Vimeo. Seattle videographer Laura James has put together this very fun video of life in Puget Sound over at one of our favorite dive sites, Alki Beach Junk Yard. So many fish and invertebrates in the video, my favorites were Striped nudibranch, Grunt sculpin, and a juvenile…

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Wolf Eels in Puget Sound

After descending and getting settled into the dive, our dive leaders always check around for cracks, crevasses, and midden piles (a mound of shells and broken up bits of crab) that might indicate the presence Wolf eel (Anarrhichthys ocellatus). Wolf eels aren’t true eels, but are related to Atlantic wolffish instead. They can grow to…

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Wolf Eels of Day Island Wall

Check out this fun video shot by Seattle Dive Tours friend David Smith, who is a biologist with the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. Wolf eels are found throughout Puget Sound and are very friendly to divers. [space height=”20″] [divider scroll_text=”Go To Top”]

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