This adventure up the western face of the Blue Mountains will bring into view the North Fork of the Walla Walla River watershed and the upper Mill Creek watershed. We will look at all types of species of plants, birds, mammals and amphibians along with butterflies, moths and all kinds of other insects.
This is a natural history tour in an area that is near by and all the species share a common thread. We will look for that thread as we walk and talk about each species we discover.
Please bring water, binoculars, camera and good shoes - no tennis shoes or dogs please. Must be able to walk about two miles on mostly flat surfaces. There will be three different stops at three different elevations along Tiger Canyon road. Come out and enjoy a journey of discovery on this Learning on the Land safari.
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This event is made possible through generous support from Inland Family Dentistry