Pulali Point is in Jefferson COunty, Olympic Peninsula, Washington State

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Pulali Point is on Hood Canal, Dabob Bay, Olympic Peninsula in Washington State

June 3, 2010, DABOB BAY -- A final plan for the expansion of three underwater test ranges -- on Dabob Bay and Hood Canal, and off the Olympic Coast from Kalaloch southward in West Jefferson County -- is available for public comment. The Navy will use the areas to test unmanned underwater vehicles. See Peninsula Daily News story

Jan. 29, 2009, BRINNON -- Four years after a plan to log parts of a sensitive forest in one of America's oldest Boy Scout camps ignited public outrage, the Chief Seattle Council has clearcut a different section of Camp Parsons on Washington's scenic Hood Canal. See Seattle P-I story on 'Chainsaw Scouting' | See photo gallery from Houston Chronicle

See photos of the marine life near Pulali Point. | More photos of Pulali Point marine life.
"There are three different dive sites at Pulali. The West wall is my favorite with the South fingers my second favorite. Nice Rock Structure with many nooks and crannies to explore. Lots of Octopus and sunning harbor seals." See Pacific Adventure.

Wildlife in the area: See BrinnonInfo wildlife page

MAPS: Topgraphical map of Pulali Point | Highway map of Brinnon area

BrinnonInfo.com is dedicated to promoting the many recreational opportunities in the Brinnon area, including Dabob Bay, Pulali Point, Point Whitney, the Duckabush and Dosewallips watersheds. We support local economic development that protects our precious natural resources. See BrinnonInfo.com

Contact: info@brinnoninfo.com

RESEARCH:

January 19, 2003: 6:15 pm. Could not count total # due to darkness, but at least two separate blows. Off Lot 5, Township 26 N, Section 1 W Willamette Meridian (between Pulali Point and Whitney Point, east side of Dabob Bay) Kirie, John and Marilyn Pedersen, Pulali and myriad guests. See OrcaNetwork

Squires, R. L., J. L. Goedert, and K. L. Kaler, 1992, Paleontology and stratigraphy of Eocene rocks at Pulali Point, Jefferson County, eastern Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources, Report of Investigations, no. 31, 27 p.

Boy Scouts plan to log camp near Pulali Point, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 22, 2003