Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Thinking of Spring


It doesn't matter what the calendar says, spring won't be here for about another two months. With spring comes new flowers, leaves on the trees and baby birds. It also shows what winter was hiding like trash under the snow, dog poop, bird poop, dead leaves, etc.

We need to start getting ready now to clean this up, at least at Bird TLC, and we decided to have our first......

Mew Yard Spring Clean-Up

So we're going to have our first clean-up committee meeting on 2/28 @ 11:30 @ the Bird TLC clinic. We need to get ready for trash removal, mew repair, roof repair, raking, gravel spreading, etc. There's a lot to be done and it will take a crew of people to get it done right.

Here's your invitation to join the committee. We would love to have you not matter what level of skills you have. Your interest in having healthy birds in a clean and safe enviroment is a great start.



I hope to see you there!

10 comments:

Duncan said...

I'd like to give a hand Dave, but I doubt that I'd be able to get home in time for the evening meal, and my wife dosn't like to be kept waiting! Seriously, as a veteran of many under attended working bees, I hope you get a good roll up.

Dave said...

Your support is a hand Duncan and it's appreciated.

Rexroth's Daughter said...

I wish you weren't so far away. The pirate and I would definitely be there. I hope you get a fine crew of hard-working bird-lovers.

Dave said...

But we're just up the coast from you. Thanks for the support RD.

HomeBird said...

I would if I could, but since I can't, I blogged about you instead:
http://www.homebirdnotes.com/?p=76
Lifted the picture--hope you don't mind. Best of luck, always!

Cindy said...

I'd be there in a heartbeat if it were possible.. blessings to all at TLC for doing the work you do.

Dave said...

Thanks everyone for the support.

Britt said...

I'd be happy to come help! Just let me know the time. :)

Kati said...

hi Dave. stumbled onto your blog via Pamela at Thomasburg Walks. as my brother lives in Homer, and I hope to visit him this coming fall, I was very interested in your activities and news from your part of the world. keep up the good work.

Dave said...

Thanks for coming by Kati. I visit Pamela @ Thomasburg Walks regularly. I'll be in Homer a couple times this summer, one will be for the Kachemak Bay Shore Bird Festival. We'll be very busy this summer for sure. Thanks!

Britt - I sent you an email.