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Sunday September 24
9 am - noon
KahTai Workparty

We will pick trash, dig blackberry sprouts and pull weeds south of Kah Tai Lagoon. Bring work gloves and trash grabbers if you have them or a shovel if you want to dig blackberry sprouts near the picnic shelter. Refreshments, trash bags, Scots Broom pullers provided. Park by the utility room and sanican across from Henery Hardware. Look for the white pickup near the picnic shelter. Information - call 360-385-0307.

Friday October 6
8:30 am
Birding at Fort Worden

We will meet at the North Beach parking lot. You won’t need a Discover Pass unless you park at Fort Worden. Plan on two hours or more depending on what we see. Bring jacket, wear sturdy shoes or boots and bring water, binoculars and/or scope. Let me know if  you want to carpool. Please call me to confirm you are joining this walk, 360-385-9730 or 360-531-2408. I prefer to keep the group size small, around 6 or 7 maximum. Trip Leader Beverly McNeil.

Sunday October 22
9 am - noon
KahTai Workparty

Plant Shore Pine and Garry Oak in Duck Heaven on the northeast side of the lagoon. Bring work gloves and shovels. A bucket would be helpful to put the dirt in so it does not get lost in the grass. Refreshments provided. Park on Blaine/19th Street west of the Kearney Street intersection. Information - call 360-385-0307.

Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue
Port Townsend (360) 379-0802

Center Valley Animal Rescue
Quilcene (360) 765-0598

Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center
Sequim (360) 681-2283

West Sound Wildlife Shelter
Bainbridge Island (206) 855-9057

THE MESSENGERS: What birds tell us about threats from climate change and solutions for nature and people. Online report from the National Audubon Society.

Letter to U.S. representative from UNESCO's World Heritage Division critiquing Navy's failure to address impact of Electronic Warfare Range on Olympic National Park, cites testimony from Admiralty Audubon.

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.

City and Port strike deal that will enhance and preserve Kah Tai Lagoon Nature Park. Full Story: Peninsula Daily News.


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kingfisher

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pigeon guillemot, Fort Worden State Park


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