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Birding Nahahum Canyon with N.C.W.A.S.
May 2, 2020 @ 6:30 am - 9:00 am
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Birding Nahahum Canyon with North Central Washington Audubon Society
Join Joe Veverka for a morning of birding at Nahahum Canyon outside of Cashmere. We will park near Mile Marker 1 and walk up a service road looking for migrants and returning breeding birds. I expect to find flycatchers, vireos, sparrows, warblers of many species, as well as Lewis’s and possibly White-headed Woodpeckers. There is also an excellent view of Cashmere backed by Cashmere Mountain. This is a 3.6 mile round trip hike with 600ft of elevation gain. It is a well graded two-track but it can get the heart rate up even at birding pace. Plan to meet at 6:30am at Mile Marker 1(there is a sign) along Nahahum Canyon Road. Bring binoculars, good shoes, plenty of water and snacks. Don’t forget a camera. All skill levels welcome. If you have any questions email Joe Veverka at firstname.lastname@example.org