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Sunday Oct. 26
9 am - noon
Kah Tai Lagoon Nature Park Work Party

Work Party events will include:

1) Planting - If you plan to help with the planting bring a shovel.  If you have it bring a mattock (aka Pulaski), for chopping thru horsetail rush and grass, and a pot or bucket for saving your refill dirt. Careful planting will be more important than number planted.

2) Pulling Scotch Broom - pullers will be provided.

3) Trash pick up - bags provided.

Our white chevy pickup with tools, sign in sheets, water, tea, cookies, etc. will be parked near the Benedict Street entrance east/southeast of the little pond. For more information phone 385 0307 or email sikes@olympus.net.

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, The Leader.

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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