FIELD TRIP TO FORT CASEY, WHIDBEY ISLAND
Saturday, February 11
Meet forward on main passenger deck for the 9:30 am sailing from Port Townsend. Dress for weather, wear comfortable walking shoes, bring your optics, and something to eat/drink. I will carry a spotting scope. We will look for birds during the to and from crossings. On Whidbey Island we will go over the hill through the woods to the shore of Crockett Lagoon. We will walk about 1.5 miles. Our return is on a circular route to the beach and the ferry terminal. We will plan to catch the 1:15 pm sailing from Coupeville (aka. Keystone). RSVP providing a phone number and/or email address in case the trip needs to be cancelled due to weather or ferry problems. Leader Ron Sikes, phone 360-385-0307 or email email@example.com.
AAS KAH TAI WORKPARTIES
Sunday, 15 January 9 to noon: We will be planting native species, removing invasive species, and picking up garbage at our January work party at Kah Tai Lagoon Nature Park. Park in the Chase Bank parking lot and look for the white pickup near the closest bench to the bank. Bring shovels if you want to plant, work gloves & trash grabbers if you have them (we have 5). Weed wrenches and refreshments provided. Information - call 360-385-0307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, 19 February 9 to noon: In addition to removing invasive species and picking up garbage at our February work party at Kah Tai Lagoon Nature Park, we hope to plant native species and perhaps assist with irrigation layout. Park near the bathrooms across from Henery Hardware. Look for the white pickup between the little pond and the Benedict Street entrance opposite Henery Garden Center. Bring shovels if you want to plant, work gloves and trash grabbers if you have them (we have 5). Weed wrenches and refreshments provided. Information - call 360-385-0307 or email email@example.com.
Some Birding Field Trip Leaders have agreed to lead trips around the area as part of their normal birding activities and would enjoy company without spending energy on announcing and coordinating trips. If you are interested, check our home page for the latest offerings. These will be great opportunities for less experienced birders to improve their skills and everyone to learn about new locations.
Please bring binoculars and scopes (if you have any) and wear appropriate footwear and clothing. Heavy rain will cancel most trips but light rain will not; check with the leader when in doubt. Do not bring pets.
Cautionary Note – All persons participating in field trips assume all risks of whatsoever nature or kind and neither AAS nor the trip leaders accepts any responsibility for the actions of any persons who freely participate.