Harbor Island Owners Association members Mary Ann Radke and John Albert scan for birds on the sand spit at the end of the island on Thursday. The owners association, which developed a number of regulations to protect coastal wildlife, received a mention in the fourth edition of the Audubon Society's State of the Birds report as "a model for citizen-based conservation efforts.'
Harbor Island Owners Association members Mary Ann Radke and John Albert scan for birds on the sand spit at the end of the island on Thursday. The owners association, which developed a number of regulations to protect coastal wildlife, received a mention in the fourth edition of the Audubon Society's State of the Birds report as "a model for citizen-based conservation efforts.' Staff photo
Harbor Island Owners Association members Mary Ann Radke and John Albert scan for birds on the sand spit at the end of the island on Thursday. The owners association, which developed a number of regulations to protect coastal wildlife, received a mention in the fourth edition of the Audubon Society's State of the Birds report as "a model for citizen-based conservation efforts.' Staff photo

Harbor Island's plaudits for birds well deserved

September 06, 2013 4:08 PM