To restore, preserve, and protect the natural and historical resources
of Fort Flagler State Park, as well as to provide assistance and support for the park staff.
We hold events, and engage in programs and projects to enhance the park experience for visitors.
The Friends of Fort Flagler (FoFF) was established in 1999 as an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that offers both financial and volunteer support for park improvements and programs not funded by the state parks system. FoFF acts as a strong advocate for the park.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Learn about the wildlife and fauna that abounds at Fort Flagler State Park. We have many local experts who love to share their knowledge, from the comfort of your home video lectures to walk about nature tours on location at the park, we have something for everyone.
Birding and nature tours are now being held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. Beverly McNeil, Admiralty Audubon trip leader and photographer, conducts these bird walks at Fort Flagler. Wear sturdy footwear and dress for changeable weather. bring binoculars and your own water.
Become a guillemot guardian! We are looking for bird- and beaching-loving volunteers to help monitor breeding colony status in a region-wide survey of Pigeon Guillemots sponsored by the Salish Sea Guillemot Network (http://www.pigeonguillemot.org/). A minimum commitment of 1 hour per week for 10-12 weeks is required. Training will be provided virtually and in the field where appropriate.
The member-only event is cancelled due to the avian flu. The birds would be at risk if exposed to potential carriers. We'll reschedule once the flu is no longer an exposure.
TICKETS WOULD HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE FOR CURRENT FOFF MEMBERS ONLY
Members only are invited to a special presentation by Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue (DBWBR). They will delight and educate us on the background and history of birds they rescue, rehabilitate and release. Become a member today and join us to see and learn about these amazing birds and how important it is for us, as humans, to protect them and our wild habitats.
Join us for a rare opportunity to learn about the research conducted at the station and why it’s important to the health of all marine life in the Puget Sound.
Expect a 1 - 1.5 miles easy hike while learning where these species come from, how to manage and eliminate them and why they’re here in the first place.
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