The last day in August 2019, was hotter than normal for this time of year. Our dedicated members still showed up to improve the habitat for our feathered friends at the Rainbow Owl Preserve.
Sixteen people dug and raked and pulled invasive Russian thistle and other weeds to clean out the area. 000 Trash was picked up and recently planted native plants got a nice drink of water. The benefit to the owls is a better line of sight to spot potential predators, although the resident owls did not seem too happy with us disturbing their quiet morning.
Next clean up is scheduled for November 23rd. If you are interested in becoming a regular volunteer please contact Doug Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org.