Male Western Bluebird | Nancy Clifton
Become an independent community scientist during our first Bluebird Blitz of the year, led by SJPT’s Conservation Project Manager, Kathleen Foley Lewis.
After registering, arrive at Red Mill Farm Preserve, at 7:30am on April 15th. After meeting with other volunteers, everyone will receive a San Juan Island territory, that combined with other volunteers, provides coverage across San Juan Island. Once assigned, we will head out and count as many Western Bluebirds (WEBLs) as we can. If you’re not familiar with identifying WEBLs—no worries, we will pair you with someone who is.
The blitz will not last more than 2 hours, total. Binoculars and transportation are necessary. Further details will be e-mailed to you prior to the event.
- Date: 4/15/2022 (weather dependent)
- Time: 7:30am–9:30am
- Location: Various locations around San Juan Island. Meet at Red Mill Farm first.
- Bring: Binoculars and your own transportation method
- Leader: SJPT Conservation Project Manager Kathleen Lewis
Click here to sign up for the first Bluebird Blitz session.
Questions? Email Kathleen Lewis