Mark Your Calendars: April 4th - Meet the Herons Event


pic from Heron Habitat Helpers Facebook

On Saturday, April 4th from 1PM-3PM, Heron Habitat Helpers will have naturalists available to answer questions and educate the public on the Great Blue Herons that call Commodore Park home. Come learn more about these magnificient birds!

"Flying through the air with the regal grace of a prehistoric creature, the Great Blue Heron has returned to Commodore Park. Using telescopes, join HHH in observing Great Blue Herons in over 50 nests as they protect their territory, incubate eggs, and fly in search of food. This FUN FREE EVENT for all ages is open to all!"

Heron Habitat Helpers' Mission Goals:

  • Restore and protect Kiwanis Memorial Preserve Park as an urban wildlife sanctuary.

  • Shape real estate development that compromises wildlife and habitat in Kiwanis Ravine.

  • Partner with Discovery Park naturalist staff to create educational programs focused on Kiwanis Ravine.

  • Encourage public awareness of Kiwanis Ravine wildlife and habitat.

  • Restore lands invaded by non-native plant and animal species.

  • Acquire additional lands, conservation easements, and street right of ways.

  • Create a backyard wildlife refuge and monitoring program in neighborhoods adjacent to Kiwanis Ravine.

  • Daylight Wolfe Creek and restore salmon runs in the creek and its tributaries.

  • Enhance funding, management and monitoring of Kiwanis Memorial Preserve Park.

For more information, check out their website: Heron Habitat Helpers

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