Successful Saturday “Walk in the Park” – Thanks to the Leadership Kitsap Dragons for a very successful “walk in the park” promotion and celebration of the Illahee Preserve! Illahee photographer, John Lind, took over 200 photos of the event and we have selected a few of them to highlight the event.
The setup in the Almira parking lot.
Checking the new signs that were installed early Saturday morning.
This is what the “Welcome” sign looks like, and hopefully you can read it.
The check in table for the poker walk.
Participants trying to figure out what a poker walk is.
The “compass circle” wildlife restoration area.
One of the more interesting checkpoints for the poker hike.
Another purple trillium.
Looking at the Almira entrance concept plan developed for Leadership Kitsap by Paramentrix.
The “Illahee Preserves” that were gifts to all those who attended.
The Leadership Kitsap group presents the Illahee Forest Preserve group with the proceeds from the event.
Just how big was that check?
A woodpecker visitor was in the vicinity at the end of the event.
This is a female piliated woodpecker because it lacks the red mustache of a male.
This was just a portion of the photos that we hope to learn how to post on the website on the photo page.