Spring Bird and Wildflower Walk at Mount Talbert
Description: The rare oak woodlands of Mount Talbert offer welcome refuge for migrating songbirds, and a revitalized oak savanna and wet prairie meadow bloom with a variety of wildflowers in the spring. Join Metro naturalist Ashley Conley on a walk to discover the beauty of this island oasis nestled between the bustling interstate and urban development.
Register: Advance registration required through North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District, 503-794-8092
Where: Mt. Talbert Nature Park
When: Saturday April 18th, 2015, 10a.m. to 1p.m.
Cost: $5/person, children 8-17 free
Ages: 8 and older
Difficulty: 2 boots out of 3 boot scale