Another Volunteer Blind Brush Up Work Day Set for San Jacinto Wildlife Area September 21st

Tom Trakes, from San Jacinto Wildlife Area, advised that the next volunteer work days for San Jacinto Wildlife Area would be Saturday, Sept 21st.  This work day will likely be the last before the season and will be focused on brushing up the blinds on SJ that didn’t get taken care of on the last work day and to build some more new blinds for the upcoming season.  Tom advised that volunteers should meet at the check station at 6:00 am and anyone coming out to volunteer should bring gloves, shovels and/or hoes, wire pliers and lots of water since it’s expected to be hot. Also, if anyone has access to palm fronds, they need a good supply of these, all they can get.  After the work is done, we will get together at a local pizza restaurant “Marcello’s” for a well-deserved lunch (each person responsible for their own bill).

When it comes to palm fronds, we can’t have too many so if you can bring some along, please do.  They can be dropped off at San Jacinto any time before the work day, or the day of the work day if you’re coming out to help.  If there are too many palm fronds to utilize on the work day, that’s not a problem as the extra will be used to make repairs as the season progresses.  Just contact Tom or the SJ Staff at the numbers below and they’ll make arrangements for you to drop them off.  Make sure the palm frond are either the type with no thorns or, if you want to strip the thorns off before you bring them in, that kind is ok too.

Hopefully, we’ll have another great turnout, like the last work day, so we can get the remaining blinds brushed up, and some new blinds placed, for another waterfowl season.  As I always say, the more the merrier (and the less work for each person).

So, looking forward to a great crew of volunteers answering the call again for this work day and getting the blinds in ship shape for the upcoming season in preparation for some great duck hunting to come.

If you have any questions, or want to drop off some palm fronds, contact Tom Trakes at the San Jacinto headquarters at (951) 236-3040, or the San Jacinto staff at (951) 928-0580.

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