Spring in Washington offers a real explosion of flowers. We already told you about tulips in Skagit County  And, while these will be in the spotlight during the month of April, you don’t have to wait to explore this beautiful region since, at the moment, millions of daffodils are brightening up the landscape!

Indeed, each year, the fields of yellow flowers lift the region’s spirit and attract many visitors. It is also the perfect opportunity to observe bird migration. In particular, the departure of snow geese to Alaska and Russia. A must-see for bird watchers and nature photographers!

Destination: Mt Vernon for the fields of Daffodils (followed by tulips mid-April). Conway for birds, including Fir Island Nature Reserve.

And why not a small alpacas farm! Yes, alpacas have established residence in Mount Vernon. You will find wool, sweaters, soaps coated with alpaca wool for a gentle body exfoliation…

Other points of interest: the quaint little town of La Conner, by the sea. The mountain peak of Mt Erie (accessible by car for the stunning view), as well as the famous Deception Pass.

And, now, let’s go enjoy a beautiful spring day, outdoors as it should be!