Saturday, June 8 - 7:30 a.m. Ginger and Rodger Shoemake will lead a trip to Foster Road, their favorite hangout for migrant summer flycatchers, warblers, vireos, lazuli buntings, Bullock's orioles, hummingbirds and more Early morning is the best time to see and hear the birds, so we'll get an early start. We will be doing some walking so dress accordingly and bring water, lunch and your binoculars. Meet at Harper Joy theater parking lot and we will car pool. We anticipate returning early to mid-afternoon. E-mail or call Ginger and Rodger if you plan to attend: email@example.com or 525-2963. FIELD TRIP: BLUE MOUNTAIN WILDFLOWERS
Saturday, June 22 - 8:00 a.m. It's time again to join Priscilla Dauble for a trip to the Tollgate area of the Blue Mountains to look for wildflowers (and birds and butterflies). In the past we have seen as many as 80 different species of wildflowers. This will be an all-day trip and we will be doing quite a bit of walking so bring plenty of food and water. Don't forget your binoculars and field guides if you have them. We will meet at the Harper Joy Theater parking lot and car pool. Please call Priscilla at 529-7939 if you plan to attend FIELD TRIP: MT. MISERY ALPINE MEADOWS
Saturday, July 27 - 8:00 a.m. Join Mike and MerryLynn Denny for an all-day trip into the high elevations of the Blue Mountains south of Pomeroy. This remote corner of Washington contains some of the least visited and most scenic alpine meadows and breathtaking vistas in Washington. At elevations over 6,000 feet, we will look for subalpine fir, Engelmann spruce and western larch; wildflowers, which should be abundant; and a multitude of mountain birds, including pygmy nuthatches, white-headed woodpeckers, Williamson's sapsuckers and gray jays. This is the only location in Washington where white-crowned sparrows breed. Bring a lunch, lots of water, walking shoes, warm clothing and binoculars; and don't forget your camera. We will meet at the Harper Joy Theater parking lot and car pool. Please e-mail or call the Denny's if you plan to attend: firstname.lastname@example.org or 529-0080.
TUESDAY BIRD WALKS AT BENNINGTON LAKE
Come join us as we walk around Bennington Lake on Tuesday mornings. It's fun to see what birds are present at different times of the year and to enjoy the changes of the seasons at the lake. The walks last 2-3 hours. We do not walk in inclement weather. For more information contact Ginger Shoemake email@example.com
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