Last heard hooting in the late afternoon, we’ll listen and look for them 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 Events
- Stewart on KING 5 TV finding Camp Long’s Salamanders for reporter Dan Cassuto, for some school kids, and for KING 5’s viewers, and teaching about them!
- Could we build a movement to stop total commercialization of the planet from destroying the last CULTURES of first peoples in the world, along with the last, richest, remaining natural habitats in the world they have long been the best stewards of?
- Help Preserve our Natural Heritage, While Learning the Most Strategic Techniques to Protect Local Species that Have Declined
- “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)