New Volunteer Orientation

Puget Sound Bird Observatory has an ongoing need for volunteers from every background – whether you are a skilled scientist or an enthusiastic observer, there is a role for you within the organization.  Come learn more about PSBO and ways you can support the organization with the gift of your time and talents.

February 24, 2011

7:00 – 8:30 pm

Phinney Neighborhood Center

Historic School house | Teacher’s Lounge

6532 Phinney Ave. N.

Seattle, WA 98103

 

To RSVP or for further information please email:

contact@pugetsoundbirds.org

or call 425.876.1055

I hope to see you there!

 

From the North, via I-5
Travel south to exit 169, which is also signed “NE 50th St/NE 45th St”. The offramp splits in two immediately after leaving the freeway; veer right at the first of the routes, which is also signed “NE 50th St/Seattle Pacific Univ”. Continue with the offramp to 50th Street (the first stoplight). Turn right on 50th and travel west about 1 1/2 miles to Phinney Avenue North (watch the street signs after 6 stoplights so you don’t get in the wrong lane accidently). The arterial curves to the right and becomes Phinney Avenue North. Travel north on Phinney about 1 mile. When the road veers to the left, turn right instead onto North 67th Street (when you see Starbucks, you’re getting close). The upper parking lot, which serves the wooden building, is the first driveway to your right; the lower lot, which serves the brick building, is the second driveway.

From the South, via I-5
Travel north to exit 169, which is also signed “NE 45th/NE 50th”. The offramp splits in two immediately after leaving the freeway; veer left at the first of the routes. Continue under a bridge to 50th Street (the first stoplight). Turn left on 50th and travel west about 1 1/2 miles to Phinney Avenue North (watch the street signs after 7 stoplights so you don’t get in the wrong lane accidently). The arterial curves to the right and becomes Phinney Avenue North. Travel north on Phinney about 1 mile. When the road veers to the left, turn right instead onto North 67th Street (when you see Starbucks, you’re getting close). The upper parking lot, which serves the wooden building, is the first driveway to your right; the lower lot, which serves the brick building, is the second driveway.

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