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Trail Tales: Fidalgo Bay

Jun 2013 26

10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Fidalgo Bay Resort


Join Trail Tale docents and guest speakers Michael Grilliot with the Washington State Dept of Natural Resources and Martha Bray from Skagit Land Trust to hear the story of how and why Fidalgo Bay came to be an Aquatic Reserve and the challenges and opportunities for managing it. We'll meet at the Fidalgo Bay Resort and walk the Tommy Thompson Trail.  Walks last 1.5 hours and will occur rain or shine -  bring a rain jacket and a hat!

Click here for a map to Fidalgo Bay Resort.

Fidalgo Bay

Friends of Skagit Beaches Trail Tales shoreline interpretive program offers recreational and educational opportunities for the local community and visitors to the area in partnership with Washington Department of Ecology, Anacortes Parks & Recreation, Anacortes Museum, Port of Anacortes, and Samish Indian Nation.  Trail Tales volunteer docents lead interpretive programs on various subjects in and around Fidalgo Bay.

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