Cleanup Day at Richardson Wildfowl Preserve
May 24, 2019 at 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Richardson Wildfowl Preserve
Richardson Wildfowl Preserve is a small but vital wetland preserve in the Deer Harbor area on Orcas Island. It is named in honor of Dr. Frank Richardson, the curator of birds at the Burke Museum and a professor of zoology at the University of Washington. After his retirement in 1972, Dr. Richardson observed some 80 species of birds in this unusually active marsh.
Come help tidy the short trail and root out bull thistles and other invasive plants. Questions? Email Rob Roy or call 360-317-1180.
Listed start and end times are approximate. Work parties typically last 3-4 hours and are timed to meet ferry schedules. Details about when and where to meet, etc., will be emailed to registered participants prior to the event.
Participation is free, but please click here to register so Rob Roy knows how many people to expect.