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Naturalist Led Birding Hike- Oaks to Wetlands Trail

Saturday, May 27, 2017, 08:00am - 11:00am
Contact  Josie Finley at josie_finley@fws.gov or call 360-887-4106
Limit is 15 people, to sign up, please email Josie Finley at josie_finley@fws.gov or call 360-887-4106

Whether you are new to birding or have been watching them your whole life, Ron Escano offers easy and interesting ways to learn about this amazing world of our feathered friends. A retired USFWS biologist and life long birder, Ron has been leading these walks for over a decade at the Refuge and for the Audobon society. Join him on refuge trails at Ridgefield and Steigerwald Lake this Spring to find out who might be flying in!

Birding at Ridgefield NWR

The hike starts at 8 am at the respective trail head and last two to three hours. These hikes are free, however you are required to pay the Refuge $3 daily entrance fee (free with Federal Lands Pass or Refuge Annual Pass). Please bring cash or applicable pass and allow yourself an extra 5 minutes to register at the self service kiosk. For more information about passes and fees at Ridgefield NWR, click here 
Oaks to Wetlands Trail on the Carty Unit

Location 

River 'S' Unit - Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge 
1071 S Hillhurst Rd 
Ridgefield, WA 98642

 

Event Sponsor  Ridgefield Wildlife National Refuge