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Wetland Life in Whatcom County

Discover the vibrant diversity of plant and animal life in local freshwater wetlands! Together we'll explore Tennant Lake Park, a unique peat-bog ecosystem home to beavers, mink, great blue herons, migratory birds, and countless smaller organisms. We'll practice nature observation skills as we follow the boardwalk that winds through the wetland, also taking time to visit the park's iconic wildlife viewing tower. Bring a notebook and a rain jacket just in case. Class meets in the Tennant Lake parking area off Nielsen Road.

Code:20F8013022LA
Dates:September 19, 2020 Check for other dates
Meets:Sa : 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Hours:4.00
Clock Hours:4.00
Location:Tennant Lake - Hovander Park
Instructor:Nick Engelfried
Fee:$55 FeeBreakdown
Notes:This in-person class is contingent on Whatcom County being in Phase 3 of Washington State's Safe Start plan. Instructions for proper social distancing and safety protocol will be communicated to registered participants prior to class beginning. Bring a notebook and a rain jacket just in case. Class meets in the Tennant Lake parking area off Nielsen Road.

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