Sunday, July 30th @ 9:00AM
Program: River Otter Beach Walk/Talk
Location: East Beach past Wansboro Battery
Join us to learn about these cute and curious creatures that live throughout the Puget Sound. We will be taking a beach walk on East Beach past the Wansboro Battery and discussing the river otter's life cycle, behavior and where you might find them. If we are lucky, we may even see one! Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and a rain jacket.
Presenter: Jennifer Riker has a deep passion and love for the Pacific NW and all the beauty and wildlife that can be found here. She is a social worker that has also volunteered as a mountain steward with the Mt Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest and volunteered at the zoo in Seattle Jennifer loves learning everything she can about her beautiful home and all the wildlife that she is fortunate to co-exist with and continues her education taking many classes at North Cascade Institute on plants, birds, dragonflies and is a naturalist for the Mountaineers.
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