Fort Worden First Things First Walk
Apr
21
8:30 AM08:30

Fort Worden First Things First Walk

Meet at the Reveille restaurant for coffee at 8:30 am and then go birding. We will walk from Fort Worden Commons to Chinese Gardens and back, listening for spring song, and focusing on resident birds and their nesting behaviors. This is the first in a series of three field trips highlighting the good birding spots of Fort Worden (May’s walk will be for migratory birds). Trip Leader: Monica Fletcher, monicaflet@gmail.com or 360-379-3136.

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Kah Tai Workparty
Apr
22
9:00 AM09:00

Kah Tai Workparty

  • 419 Kearney Street Port Townsend, WA, 98368 United States (map)
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Park at the KTLNP parking lot off 12th Street. Look for the white pickup northeast of the little pond. We will be pulling Scots Broom, Spurge Laurel, or Holly and picking up trash. Refreshments, Scots Broom pullers, garbage grabbers & garbage bags provided. For information: email ptrose53@gmail.com or call 360-385-0307.

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April Program: Birds of Iceland (free and open to all)
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

April Program: Birds of Iceland (free and open to all)

Johanna King will share photos and tales of her 2016 visit. She saw 70 species, including the Gyr Falcon, the Barnacle Goose, and the Eurasian Oystercatcher. Most were in breeding plumage, and were courting, sitting on eggs, or tending chicks.

Highlights included hundreds of Northern Fulmars on one side of a small boat and humpback whales on the other, thousands of nesting Northern Gannets, various auks, Black-legged Kittiwakes, and a Rock Ptarmigan changing from winter to summer plumage. 

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Anderson Lake State Park Field Trip
Apr
14
8:30 AM08:30

Anderson Lake State Park Field Trip

  • 1061 Anderson Lake Road Chimacum, WA, 98325 United States (map)
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Meet at the first entrance parking. Wear boots for possible mud, and bring water and snack and binoculars, rain coat, etc. for weather changes. Call to confirm your space. I would like group size to be limited to 6, plus myself.  Figure on 2 to 3 hours for peaceful walk around the lake. I can carpool 3 people. Discover Pass required for parking. Trip Leader Beverly McNeil: 360-385-9730 or blmcneil59@gmail.com.

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Fort Flagler Field Trip
Apr
7
9:00 AM09:00

Fort Flagler Field Trip

  • 1321 Flagler Campground Rd Marrowstone, WA, 98358 United States (map)
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John Comstock will lead first Saturday birdwalks at Fort Flagler State Park. Meet at 9:00 am at the Northwest Spit. Dress for the weather, bring binoculars and a scope if you have one. The spit, sewage pond, and Marrowstone Point are all recommended as good birding hotspots. For more information, contact John at jhn.comstock@gmail.com. Discover Pass required for parking.

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Kah Tai Workparty
Mar
25
9:00 AM09:00

Kah Tai Workparty

  • 419 Kearney Street Port Townsend, WA, 98368 United States (map)
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The nearest parking is at the Chase Bank parking lot. Walk the loop trail to the nearest bench where where you will find the white pickup truck. We will be pulling Scots Broom, or Spurge Laurel and Holly in the woodland, and picking up trash. If you want to pull Spurge Laurel and Holly seedlings, a pair of needlenose or other small pliers is very helpful. Refreshments, Scots Broom pullers, garbage grabbers & garbage bags provided. For information: email ptrose53@gmail.com or call 360-385-0307.

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