West Seattle scene: Seeing RED at Lincoln Park

May 9, 2013 at 10:43 pm | In West Seattle beaches, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

Thanks to “Diver Laura” James for sharing the photo from today’s Keller Williams Realty RED Day volunteer event at Lincoln Park (mentioned in our “West Seattle Thursday” daily preview). Laura works with Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, which partnered with KW to clean up the beach and dig up invasive plants, among other things, during today’s work.

3 Comments

  1. Thanks guys for all your hard work. Looks like you had fun.

    Comment by Norma — 11:27 pm May 9, 2013 #

  2. A gorgeous PNW day to be out there! Fauntleroy Cove was my childhood playground, and I moved back after 40+ years away. Many thanks for helping to keep this corner of the earth the special place that it is.

    Comment by Susan — 12:18 am May 10, 2013 #

  3. That’s great that KW and Puget Soundkeeper Alliance are volunteering to help nature! However, this is prime bird-nesting season, and official guidelines call for not doing such invasive-clearing between mid-March and August, so that nest habitat won’t be disrupted during this critical season.
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    Again, thank you so much for wanting to pitch in; let’s see if we can find other ways to help nature this time of year.

    Comment by Pat — 8:43 am May 10, 2013 #

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