Join Metro naturalist Ashley Conley to explore a window on the past when the Willamette Valley was a patchwork of habitats providing an abundance of wild foods for people and wldlife alike. The rare oak wooddlands of Mount Talbert offer refuge for singbirds and the elusive western gray squirrel. Bring binoculars or borrow a pair from us.
Where: Mount Talbert Nature Park, 10945 SE Mather Rd, Clackamas
Cost: $5 per person
Details: Suitable for ages 8 and older
Register: North Clackamas Parks and Recreation, 503-794-8092