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NPW: Mt Baker Fall Color

See hillsides bright red from the blueberry fall color and identify the trees, shrubs, birds and mammals.

What
  • Native Plant Walk
When September 26, 2007
from 04:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.
Event Location Mount Baker, Heather Meadows
Contact Name Sunny Walter
Contact Email
Contact Phone 425-271-1346
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The Heather Meadows area of Mt Baker is surrounded by scenic mountains & lakes.  We will walk the trails to see hillsides bright red from the blueberry fall color and identify the trees, shrubs, birds and mammals.  Berries should be ripe and juicy.  We will either walk the easy Artist Point and Picture Lake trails or try a longer hike to Bagley Lakes or Chain Lakes.  

Bring good walking shoes, binoculars, plant and bird guides, lunch, snacks, beverages, and raingear.  Meet before 7:00 a.m. at the Kingsgate P&R.  Northwest Forest Pass or Interagency Pass (formerly National Parks Pass) required.  Passenger cost $12/person. Trip limit 12. 

To reserve your space, contact Melinda (before Sept 19), 425-827-5708 or BRONSON874@aol.com or Sunny (after Sept 19), 425-271-1346 or sunny@sunnywalter.com

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