On May 14, 2009 The Daily News published this article with information from the Mount St. Helens task force regarding their final recommendations about the future of Mount St. Helens and the High Lakes.
"US wind farms kill about 7,000 birds a year but radar systems developed for NASA can prevent fatal collisions by detecting approaching birds and analysing weather conditions." Read the article in the UK Guardian here.
Join Cowlitz on the Move and PeaceHealth and bike to work during Bike to Work Week May 11 to May 15, 2009. For The Daily News article on the event, click here. Help Cowlitz on the Move document participation by signing up on their webpage
The two year period covered by our joint chapter grant (with Grays Harbor Audubon) which supported Leadbetter Point habitat restoration volunteer efforts, has ended. But in a last-minute surprise, Lynn Tennefoss of National Audubon generously intervened on our behalf and arranged that we may continue the project. Funding will continue, perhaps for as long as another two years.