Join Whale Scout as King County Parks hosts us at one of our favorite sites – the Maury Island Marine Park! We’ve been volunteering to reforest this former mine site since 2016 and have also participated in beach cleanups along this beautiful stretch of shoreline. In fact, this shoreline is the longest natural, undeveloped shoreline in all of King County!
Volunteer on May 21st from 9am – 12pm. Getting there is half the fun with a ferry ride from Seattle or Tacoma.
Activities for the day include cutting and removing Scotch broom and a beach cleanup!
Following the work party everyone is welcome to a picnic gathering at Point Robinson, an incredible land-based viewing location that even features a new underwater camera.
Proof of vaccination will be required to participate per King County Parks rules and you must register before the event. Space is limited. Be sure to sign up today!
tip: use the link below and scroll down to May 21st to find the event with Whale Scout.