|Foulweather Bluff Nature Preserve|
|Nearest city||Poulsbo, Washington|
|Area||40.87 ha (101.0 acres)|
|Governing body||Nature Conservancy|
The Foulweather Bluff Nature Preserve was established in 1967 by the Nature Conservancy after the bulk of the land on which it's currently located was donated to the organization by its then owner, Errol Rawson, with smaller allotments contributed by Rawson's neighbors. The preserve consists of the cliff and the beach it overlooks, as well as adjoining marsh and alder and coniferous forest. It shelters a large number of plant and animals species, notably wintering ducks. A trail leads from the nearest road to the beach.
- Phillips, James W. (1971). Washington State Place Names. University of Washington Press. p. 51. ISBN 0-295-95158-3.
- "Volunteers Ensure Foulweather Bluff Weathers the Ages". nature.org. Nature Conservancy. Archived from the original on 20 July 2015. Retrieved 19 August 2015.
- Fainberg, Denise (2012). Explorer's Guide Washington. Countryman. p. 129. ISBN 0881509744.
- Gleich, Terri (11 July 2004). "Nothing's foul about Foulweather Bluff". Kitsap Sun. Retrieved 19 August 2015.
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