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Natural Skagit Day

Jun 2013 15

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Lyman Slough Conservation Area


Join us for our first annual Natual Skagit Day

Learn about and help care for our natural lands at Lyman Slough. We'll meet at the Lyman City Park to start. Enjoy nature walks along the Cascade Trail, help remove invasive plant species, and learn from the Fidalgo Fly Fishers!  Bring a bag lunch; light refreshments provided. This is a family-friendly event with fun give-ways…come for an hour or stay for the day!

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9am—10am - Nature Walks:

Birds of the Skagit with Skagit Audubon's Tim Manns

Coho, Starflower, and Tadpoles, oh My! with North Cascades Institute's Lindsay Walker

10am—12pm:  Fidalgo Fly Fishers fly-tying and casting demonstrations

10:30am—1:00pm: Volunteer to eradicate invasive plants and restore a healthy watershed!

RSVPS requested: e-mail or call Maya at 360-428-7878


Parking is available at the park and at the Lyman School nearby

Click here for directions to the Lyman City Park


This event is supported by a watershed conservation grant from the New Belgium Brewing Company


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