A relaxation base camp for adventurers... Unwind with luxurious accommodations in a pristine environment. This is the Alaskan experience even Alaskans crave.

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Bird Watching

Many of the 236 species of birds recorded for Homer can be seen through the spring, summer and early fall, including Arctic and Aleutian Terns, Fork-tailed Storm-Petrels and Tufted and Horned Puffins. Red-faced Cormorants and thousands of Common Murres and Black-legged Kittiwakes are assembling near their nesting sites on Gull Island.

Common Eiders, Pigeon Guillemots, Marbled and perhaps Kittlitz’s Murrelets are out on the Bay. Three-toed and Black-backed Woodpeckers are resident in spruce woods, along with Warblers, Gyrfalcons and Swallows, and of course there are always many Bald Eagles!

Shorebirds include over 25 species and flocks numbering several thousand. Look for Black-Bellied, American Golden, Pacific Golden and Semipalmated Plover; Hudsonian, Marbled and Bar-tailed Godwits; Red Knots; Surfbirds; Western, Least, Pectoral, Spotted and Semipalmated Sandpipers; Red-necked Phalaropes; Ruddy and Black Turnstones; Lesser and Greater Yellowlegs; Common Snipe; Dunlins; Short-billed and Long-billed Dowitchers; Whimbrels; and Wandering Tattlers.


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“If you are searching

for the raw and unspoiled theater of the wild, yet still wish for the luxuries of civilization, Halibut Cove is the place for you.

And no one can better offer you that experience than Stillpoint Lodge.”

–Alaska legend and official balladeer Hobo Jim