Sunday May 15
Please join us to remove invasives and pick up trash. Weed wrenches and trash bags will be provided. Dress for the weather. The white Chevy pickup with tools, sign in sheets, water, tea, and treats will be parked near the Benedict Street entrance southeast of the small pond. For more information contact Rosemary Sikes: 360-385-0307 or email@example.com.
Saturday May 21
Forest birding walk will meet at the parking area near the restrooms, 1061 Anderson Lake Road, Chimacum WA. Anyone wanting to carpool from Port Townsend should meet at the Park & Ride area near Safeway by 8 am. I’ll meet everyone at Anderson Lake. Olive-sided, pacific slope and willow flycatcher migrants, swallows, woodpeckers, warblers, and other migrants will surely make for a delightful morning of spring birding. Bring your binoculars, wear layers of clothing, gloves, hat, and hiking shoes for comfort. Don’t forget your Discover Pass. Trip Leader Paula Vanderheul: firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-379-8564.
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