Compromise sought for bird-lover access to Almond Marsh
Great blue herons and cormorants nest in a cottonwood tree at the Almond Marsh Rookery south of Route 120 near Grayslake The suggested demolition of an old office building, entrance road and three parking lots at Almond Marsh Forest Preserve near Grayslake likely will proceed, but a compromise is possible for disappointed birders who host "Welcome Back Herons" and other educational programs there. Lake County Audubon Society volunteers would like periodic access to the preserve for their activities and programs, but what happens will be dictated by cost.
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