21 Reviews
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Judy Woodworth
· March 9, 2018
I had so much fun the summer I spent here. Love this place and learned so much.
Ron Scott
· January 30, 2016
An experience I recommend to all who are interested in Biology. 3 of the most memorable summers of my life were spent there. An amazing place.
Terrilyn De Leon
· August 19, 2016
I loved my summers here, 2011 & 2012! Will keep visiting! ��
Robert Wasmer
· June 23, 2015
One of my favorite places in Great Northwest!
Gregory Knox
· September 1, 2015
So beautiful!
An experience not to be passed up!
Sanya Danilov
· May 17, 2014
Magical place :)
Will Gerber
· December 26, 2014
One Word Awesome!!! Awesome ,! Awesome ,Awesome superb great !
Centennial Voyage

One of the exciting things we do at RBML is a trawl near Friday Harbor. This gives students a chance to learn about marine life by interacting with it, instead of just looking at pictures in a book.

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Just a reminder for all WWU Biology Majors: Rosario Scholarship Applications are due this Friday!

Applications for the summer 2018 session are opening soon! This summer we are offering a unique academic experience in General Biology, Marine Environmental Physiology: Extreme life of the sea, Sea to Summit, Marine Phycology, and Marine Biology. Click the following link for more details:…/summer…/summer-program-courses/

Students may enroll in lower-division OR upper-division/graduate courses, but not both. Laboratory/field experiences are required for all courses. SUMMER PROGRAM APPLICATIONS WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER 2018.

Photos of students and faculty at the lab from summer 2017

Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory added 14 new photos from July 2017 to the album: Rosario Summer Session 2017 — at Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory.
July 2017

Photos of students and faculty at the lab from summer 2017

If you are interested in learning about some of the research we do here at Rosario Beach Marine Lab check out Dr. Kirt Onthank's video blog. He studies Octopuses. G

See how scientific research happens by watching octopus research in the Onthank lab during the 2015 summer field season.
Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory updated their cover photo.

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Rosario was delighted to host the 5th Pacific Northwest Dive Safety Officers Meeting. Attendees came from a variety of institutions, including (in alphabetical order):
• Divers Institute of Technology
• Marine Surveys & Assessments
• Oregon Coast Aquarium...
• Oregon State University
• Pacific Northwest National Laboratories
• Padilla Bay Estuarine Research Reserve
• Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
• Seattle Aquarium
• Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
• The Evergreen State College
• University of Washington
• US Forest Service
• US Environmental Protection Agency
• Walla Walla University
• Washington Scuba Alliance
• Western Washington University
• Washington State University, Vancouver
What a great group of dive safety professionals!

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What a great group of students, faculty, and staff at the Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory!

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Great time on Sauk Mountain!

It's a tough life being a student at the Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory.

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Ornithology bird nerds!

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