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Hurn Field May Day Nature Walk

May 2011 1

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Hurn Field

Join us for a May Day Nature Walk at our most popular wildlife viewing property, the wonderful Hurn Field!  This is your chance to walk beyond the gravel pulloff and see what is normally difficult to see from WA-20.  Don Gay, a wildlife biologist from the Mt Baker Ranger District and our resident elk expert, will be speaking and answering questions as we walk around the property.  Come at 12 to have your lunch outside if the weather is nice, and we will start the walk at 12:30.  Kids are welcome!

Please RSVP to Regina at

Photo of elk at Hurn Field, taken by Lee Mann

Photo by Lee Mann

Driving directions: Follow Hwy 20 east from Sedro-Woolley. This property is located just three miles before the town of Concrete on the right. There is a gravel parking dug out and an interpretive sign at the base of the field.

Interested in carpooling?  Meet at the north side of Sedro-Woolley's Food Pavillion's parking lot at 11:15!