Date: Sat, 03/14/2020
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Location: White River (various locations)
Join Team Naturaleza’s Elisa Lopez and CDLT’s Susan Ballinger for a naturalist’s snowshoe tour of the White River.
This trip will explore this special area’s importance to forests, birds, mammals and salmon. Stops on the tour will also highlight the American Indian and historical use of the land and current conservation projects. We’ll have a chance to warm up at Tall Timber Ranch Lodge halfway through the day.
Snowshoers should be able to walk for 4 hours on snowshoes in winter weather over difficult terrain. Please bring snowshoes and poles, layers, safety gear, hat, gloves, sunglasses, snacks and water. Some loaner snowshoes may be available. Binoculars and field guides would be very helpful. No dogs, please.
Participants should bring their own sack lunch. We will warm up in Tall Timber Ranch’s lodge for lunch, where hot drinks will be available.
Trip is limited to 10 and is free for Land Trust members. We are reserving and additional 10 slots for Team Naturaleza. Call 509-667-9708 or email email@example.com if you have questions.
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