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Saturday July 30
9 am
Fort Flagler

Join our AAS field trip bird walk along the Spit between Kilisut Harbor and Port Townsend Bay looking for shore and sea birds. Upon entering Fort Flagler drive to the four-way stop signs and turn left onto Campground Road, following it out to the end to the parking lot across from the RV Campground. Those interested in carpooling from Port Townsend should meet at the Park and Ride near Safeway by 8:15 a.m. I'll meet everyone at the Spit area at 9 am. Bring binoculars, spotting scope, field guides, and dress comfortably with hat and hiking shoes. A Discover Pass is required. Paula Vanderheul, Trip Leader: 360-379-8564 or pvanderheul@gmail.com.

Friday August 12
8 pm
Bat Walk at Kah Tai

Tom Butts, Port Townsend wildlife biologist specializing in bat ecology, will lead an evening bat walk, beginning at 8:00 p.m. at Kah Tai Lagoon near the parking lot. He will focus on interesting facts about the bats in our area, then at dusk he'll use bat detectors that can pick up high frequency calls to identify bats on the wing near the lagoon. Children are welcome. Contact Tom Butts at 360-302-0740 or tombutts10@hotmail.com.

Saturday August 20
8 am
Fall Migrants at Kah Tai

Meet by the picnic shelter by the little pond. We will search for returning shorebirds and waterfowl around and on the lagoon. Also we look for summer songbirds in the woodland. Ron Sikes, Trip Leader: 360-385-0307 or b1rdbrush@gmail.com.

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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