We arrived at the dock called Torpedo dock on a boat belonging to the city. Our equipment was in the trailers of two utility vehicles. The second photo shows the narrow ishtmus leading to the adjacent Kuninkaansaari Island.
My group cleared the beach in Kuninkaansaari. I picked up garbage from the water, raked the beach and piled up the young trees that were cut down.
We only worked until noon, and after lunch we had a tour of the island. The photos show the fresh water reservoir and the twigs of a birch tree.
We couldn't go to Alexander's battery this time, because an eagle-owl is nesting there. The island will be opened to the public next year, so the Metsähallitus (forestry administration) is going to build artificial nests
and hopes the owl will agree to stay away from the main attraction of the island in the future.
While walking around the island, we saw seven frogs and heard a grey-headed woodpecker. In the sea there was a grey seal, but I only saw a glimpse of it.
When returning, I had just driven the utility vehicle off the boat and was starting to go back to headquarters, when it ran out of gas. Luckily the others were still close by and had a canister of gasoline.