Anacortes Mehler Invasive Species removal
Friday, December 13th, 2019
Join Skagit Land Trust at our Anacortes Mehler conservation easement! This 10 acre property is beautiful woodland in the middle of a dense residential area. Here you can find breeding and roosting habitat for Bald Eagles, marbled murrelet, great blue herons, cavity-nesting ducks, band-tailed pigeons, Vaux’s swift, and pileated woodpecker. It also contains habitat suitable for amphibians and several species of bats.
Here we will remove invasive spurge laurel and some holly. After the work party we will then make holiday wreaths! Materials, hot chocolate and snacks will be provided. Wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. If you have any questions, email
Directions: From Commercial Avenue take a left onto 32nd street. Stay on 32nd until you pass Field Avenue on your left. Please Park on the street between Field Ave and F Ave, as we would like to keep people from parking on the landowner's property. Look for the Skagit Land Trust sign, We will meet folks on 32nd street and walk into the property together.
**** Please note, while we love dogs, and leashed dogs are welcome to most Skagit Land Trust properties, we ask that you keep them at home for these events. This will ensure the comfort of all guests at our work parties and other events and increase the chance of seeing wildlife.
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or call (360) 428-7878 for questions.
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