Spring bird and wildflower walk at Mount Talbert

April 26, 2014 - 10:00am to 01:00pm

During springtime, Mount Talbert bursts with sights and sounds. The rare oak woodlands offer welcome refuge for migrating songbirds such as warblers, tanagers, orioles and cedar waxwings. A revitalized oak savanna and a wet prairie meadow, two incredible rare habitats in the northern Willamette Valley, bloom with wildflowers such as camas and wooly sunshine. Join Metro naturalist Alice Froehlich to discover the beauty of this island oasis, nestled between the bustling interstate and urban development. Binoculars available to borrow.

Where: Mount Talbert Nature Park

Cost: $5 per person

Details: Suitable for ages 7 and older

Register: North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District, 503-794-8092