– Nisqaully Land Trust’s English Ivy Pull Sat., Jan. 12th from 9am to 12pm
“We will be removing invasive English Ivy from a near-shore area close to the Nisqually Delta.
Your help will foster the growth of native plants and trees that will improve habitat quality for critical wildlife, including salmon. It is another step towards the restoration of this beautiful area. We hope to see you there!
Saturday January 12, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST
Near Olympia; Please RSVP for Directions!
Click on the link below to Register!”
– “Winter birds flock to Nisqually Delta”
“They’re back. The Northern Shovelers, Northern Pintails, the teals (both common and cinnamon), the Buffleheads, the scoters, the scaups, the eagles, the Peregrines, the herons … more than 200 other species in all are wintering at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge,” quoting Gary Chittim on KING-5 News.
– “Snowy Owls Return to the Refuge”
“Snowy Owls have returned to Nisqually for the second consecutive year, visible every day since six owls were spotted on the morning of November 13th,” quoting the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and National Wildlife Refuge System.