We’ll listen and look for Lincoln’s Barred Owls and their signs from the poop and pellets under their perches to their feathers that float down to the forest floor. While we’re there, we’ll learn about Lincoln’s other natural treasures from the other birds, like the Purple Finches perched in the tree tops that rarely come down, to the creepers, creeping up the crevices of those trees, from the native plants that still survive in Seattle only at Lincoln, to those you might nibble on. Program will be adult level, but appropriate for kids too. Meet at the kiosk at the north parking lot across from Rose St. Call or e-mail to reserve a spot: 206 932-7225 (land) or email@example.com
Upcoming Nature EventsNov5Sat10:30 am Salamanders, Slugs and other Win... @ Camp LongSalamanders, Slugs and other Win... @ Camp LongNov 5 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pmIn many places Fall is when many plants and animals close up shop or head south, but Seattle’s wet season is the active time for a lot of animals and plants that are relatively dormant in the dry season. The slugs … Continue reading →Nov6Sun10:00 am Learn the Mosses our Wildflowers... @ Lincoln ParkLearn the Mosses our Wildflowers... @ Lincoln ParkNov 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pmWe will meet at Lincoln Park’s north parking lot (between SW Monroe St and SW Thistle St) by the kiosk at 10:00 am Sunday, November 6th. You have the option to join us for coffee and pastries at Cafe Ladro … Continue reading →
- “Learn the Mosses our Wildflowers Thrive in” Program Adds New Stewardship Element to “Stewardship Adventures”
- See my article: Return of the Phantom Orchid (to Lincoln Park)
- Artificial Insemination of our Phantom Orchids Attempted
- A highly skilled naturalist / teacher for your group or yourself
- A Dramatic Start to Spring in Lincoln Park!