Calendar of events

Upcoming programs:

Paul Bannick will return to discuss owls of Washington and share his latest book, Tuesday, November 9, Vashon Theatre for Greentech night. Details to come.


In Search of Meadowlarks

John Marzluff, a professor of wildlife science at the University of Washington, presents “Birds, Farms, and Food in Harmony with the Land.” Based on his latest book, Searching for the Meadowlark, his talk covers practical solutions for sustainable food production compatible with bird and wildlife conservation.

This program is over, but you can watch the recorded version through Oct. 26. Use this link and password:

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/BHIpuYt56rhem5PLotrcjB4cD3U0YHIqYDuVASmJUWDoESxL1EWCe3-xFmgteZPj.N7OKhavU8oPlC6Vy

Passcode: g^2N!DqQ
Please submit any questions to: amagrath@shoreline.edu


Paradise Valley bird habitat work parties

As part of our commitment to enhancing wild bird habitats, Vashon Audubon is helping the Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust care for a portion of the Judd Creek Preserve in Paradise Valley. Work parties this fall will be on the first Wednesday of each month, from 10 AM to 12:30 PM. Those dates for will be: October 6, November 3, and December 1.

Tasks will vary seasonally but often include removing invasive plants like blackberries and English ivy.

To join in, meet at the Judd Creek Loop Trail trailhead on the EAST side of 111th Ave SW in Paradise Valley .(Note: this is NOT the parking lot on the west side of 111th close to 204th SW.) Dress for the weather, including sturdy shoes. Please bring your own work gloves and hand tools. Expect encounters with blackberries and nettles. Bring water, snacks, and your sense of humor and purpose!

Questions? Contact Jim Evans, jimevans@centurytel.net


Show: Four Seasons at Fern Cove

Jim Diers, one of Vashon’s favorite photographers, shares the fabulous photos he’s taken year-round at Fern Cove.

This show is over, but you can view it online at Four Seasons at Fern Cove June 2021 – YouTube

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