Saturday Sept. 27
The Non-Motorized Transportation Advisory Board, Parks, Recreation and Trees Advisory Board, and Admiralty Audubon will co-sponsor a trailbuilding/maintenance workparty on the Kah Tai lagoon trail. We hope to add about 9 yards of gravel fines to the lagoon trail so those low spots won't be mud puddles in the rainy season. Wear work clothes and work gloves; dress for the weather because trailbuilders work in all weather. Bring wheelbarrows, shovels and garden rakes if you have them. Park in the Kah Tai parking lot near the bathrooms or at the Park & Ride next door. Meet on the lagoon trail at the bridge. Water, hot tea, and perhaps cider will be provided, along with Lys Burden's famous North Dakota Sour Milk Oatmeal Cookies and other treats for volunteers.
Saturday Oct. 18
Meet at the Park & Ride across from Safeway at 8 am to carpool for a morning trip to Sequim's Dungeness Bay to view the local winter migrants. The trip will include stops at Discovery Bay boat ramp, John Wayne Marina, 3 Crabs and the two county parks. Wear weather appropriate clothing. Heavy rain cancels. David Gluckman, Trip Leader. For information: 360-531-3325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Port transfers title to remaining portion of Kah Tai Nature Park to city: Peninsula Daily News.
Community leaders learn about AAS Kah Tai bird diversity report. Full story: Peninsula Daily News.
Eleanor Stopps founded our Admiralty Audubon Chapter in 1977. She was also responsible for the establishment of Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge. This remarkable woman, a force of nature, passed away on April 25, age 92. Full Story. AAS has set up a memorial fund to commission a sculpture in Eleanor's honor. Click here for details.
Federal officials uphold Kah Tai park boundary, potentially sinking aquatic center plan. Full Story
Aquatic center unlikely at Kah Tai park; state officials recommend preservation. For more, click here
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