Patos Island is a small island in the San Juan Islands of the U.S. state of Washington. Since 1893, it has been home to the Patos Island Lighthouse, guiding vessels through Boundary Pass between Canada and the United States. The name comes from the Spanish pato, meaning "duck," which was given to the island in 1792 by Commander Dionisio Alcalá Galiano of the Sutil and Captain Cayetano Valdés y Flores of the Mexicana. The entire island, including the lighthouse, is part of the San Juan Islands National Monument, created in 2013.

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  • Isla de Patos (en inglés: Patos Island) es una pequeña isla estadounidense en el archipiélago de las islas San Juan, parte del estado de Washington. Desde 1893, ha sido el lugar donde se ubica el faro de isla de Patos, guiando a los barcos a través del paso de frontera entre Canadá y los Estados Unidos. La isla y los islotes adyacentes forman el parque estadal de la isla de Patos (Patos Island State Park), un parque marino de 0,84 km². Toda la isla es propiedad del gobierno federal estadounidense. El nombre proviene de los exploradores españoles, y fue dado a la isla en 1792 por el comandante Dionisio Alcalá Galiano del barco Sutil y el capitán Cayetano Valdés y Flores del barco Mexicana. (es)
  • Patos è una piccola isola delle San Juan Islands, situate nello stato federato di Washington. (it)
  • Patos Island is a small island in the San Juan Islands of the U.S. state of Washington. Since 1893, it has been home to the Patos Island Lighthouse, guiding vessels through Boundary Pass between Canada and the United States. The name comes from the Spanish pato, meaning "duck," which was given to the island in 1792 by Commander Dionisio Alcalá Galiano of the Sutil and Captain Cayetano Valdés y Flores of the Mexicana. The island and adjacent islets comprise Patos Island State Park, a 207-acre (0.84 km2) marine park with 20,000 feet (6,100 m) of saltwater shoreline. The entire island is owned by the federal government and is administered by the Bureau of Land Management's Wenatchee Office. The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission operates a small campground facility at Active Cove near the west side of the island, maintains a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) loop trail, and has two offshore mooring buoys. The entire island, including the lighthouse, is part of the San Juan Islands National Monument, created in 2013. (en)
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  • Patos è una piccola isola delle San Juan Islands, situate nello stato federato di Washington. (it)
  • Isla de Patos (en inglés: Patos Island) es una pequeña isla estadounidense en el archipiélago de las islas San Juan, parte del estado de Washington. Desde 1893, ha sido el lugar donde se ubica el faro de isla de Patos, guiando a los barcos a través del paso de frontera entre Canadá y los Estados Unidos. La isla y los islotes adyacentes forman el parque estadal de la isla de Patos (Patos Island State Park), un parque marino de 0,84 km². Toda la isla es propiedad del gobierno federal estadounidense. (es)
  • Patos Island is a small island in the San Juan Islands of the U.S. state of Washington. Since 1893, it has been home to the Patos Island Lighthouse, guiding vessels through Boundary Pass between Canada and the United States. The name comes from the Spanish pato, meaning "duck," which was given to the island in 1792 by Commander Dionisio Alcalá Galiano of the Sutil and Captain Cayetano Valdés y Flores of the Mexicana. The entire island, including the lighthouse, is part of the San Juan Islands National Monument, created in 2013. (en)
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