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Willamette Moorage Park

The park, situated at the confluence of Stephens Creek and the Willamette River, features a boat dock and nature trails. The confluence provides important rearing and refuge habitat for endangered chinook and coho salmon, steelhead trout, rainbow and cutthroat trout, and Pacific and brook lamprey. Major restorations efforts on the 3.5-acre Stephens Creek Confluence Habitat Enhancement Project were completed by the Bureau of Environmental Services in December 2008.

7720 SW Macadam Ave Portland, OR 97239

Whispering Woods Park

Whispering Woods is a forested site that appears much larger than its 3-acre space. There is a paved loop trail that drops down to a creek, crossing it twice before heading back up the hill. There is a single picnic table 100 feet from 192nd Ave., and a soft-surface trail connecting this park to the larger floodplain of Beaverton Creek.

East of 192nd South of Chantal Village Park Beaverton,OR 97006

Whipple Creek Urban Wildlife Habitat

Habitat restoration at this site has helped to stablize the stream channel which will limit further damage from upstream development, protecting aquatic habitat and wetlands. The project restored and enhanced over five acres of degraded wetlands and floodplain. The diverse plantings increased wildlife habitat for a number of species.

The project also includes a nature trail for use by the neighborhoods to enjoy hiking and wildlife watching. 

NE 22nd Ave. / NE 166th St. Vancouver, WA


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