Circle Creek Discovered Nature Walk

Posted by OCVA / August 5, 2016

Join naturalist and photographer Neal Maine for a morning dedicated to slowing down and observing the dynamic processes at work in the Sitka spruce swamp accessed from the Circle Creek Trail. Rather than focusing on the names of plants and animals, the group will attempt to see the plants and animals with fresh eyes, leading to a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of the forest and those that dwell and visit there—including ourselves. The walk will be a total of 0.8 mile to and around Circle Creek Trail and back. It is mostly level but includes walking on an uneven path and crossing narrow footbridges over creeks. No toilets on site. No dogs allowed on site. Bring water, snacks, and a folding camp chair (a few folding chairs and binoculars will be provided, but bring your own if you have them).

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