Green Neighbors Program

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Community Events & Green Events

Twilight Thursday at Cooper Mountain

Thursday, September 01, 2016, 06:30pm - 08:30pm
Contact  Jenna Kulluson Email: jenna.kulluson@oregonmetro.gov
Twilight Thursday at Cooper Mountain

As the sun begins its descent in the sky, many animals go out to forage for one last meal. At the same time, nocturnal animals begin to awaken and move across the landscape. Join a naturalist on a hike at Cooper Mountain Nature Park to explore the magical space between day and night.

Cost: $10

Ages: all ages

Level of difficulty: moderate

Class size is limited to 16. Advanced registration required.

Register: Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District, 503-629-6350

No-dogs policy: To protect plants, wildlife and people, Metro does not allow pets at regional parks and natural areas. Pets can damage sensitive habitat and threaten wildlife the region has worked to protect. In natural areas where dogs are not allowed, people see more wildlife and get closer to it. Seeing-eye dogs or other service animals are permitted with proper identification and cleanup materials.

Location 

Copper Mountain Nature Park  
8892 SW Kemmer Rd. 
Beaverton, OR 97007

 

Event Sponsor  Portland Metro