Summer walks and hikes

Soos Creek Trail Birding Walk – Sunday, June 27th from 10 AM to 1 PM. Come explore a portion of the 770-acre, 7-mile long Soos Creek Park surrounding the regional trail.  We will spend time looking at important ecological wetlands and searching for birds.  The Park is listed as a National Birding site by National Audubon.

Taylor Mountain Forest Naturalist HikeSaturday July 24th from 10 AM to 1 PM.  Join in a 3-mile hike to explore Carey Creek and wildlife habitat in this 1,600 acre King County Park.  We will discover several important wildlife features such as snags, nurse logs, and diverse forest layers.

Explore the Cedar River at Belmondo Reach and Cedar River Natural Areas on Saturday, August 28th from 10 AM to 1 PM.  Join a Naturalist to explore wonderful areas along the Cedar River.  Learn about restoration projects and wonderful small beaches to see wildlife and talk about the watershed.  

Cedar River Salmon Viewing Walk – Join a Naturalist from Puget Sound WildCare on Saturday September 25th from 10 AM to 1 PM to walk along the Cedar River Trail from Landsburg to the bridge
and around Big Bend Natural Area. Naturalist will discuss salmon, watershed health, wildlife, and conservation tips.


To participate in any of these four events sign up with . You will be sent details on meeting location and about the event closer to the date.  Registration is limited to 10 people.