Join an Oregon State Park Ranger for a bird walk at Wapato State Greenway, part of the 12,000 acre Sauvie Island Important Bird Area. This easy 2.25-mile loop traverses mixed forest and open oak savanna around Virginia Lakes just east of the Multnomah Channel. With this local habitat diversity it’s not surprising that nearly half of the bird species found in Oregon have been recorded on Sauvie Island.
Meet at the main Wapato Greenway parking lot off of Sauvie Island Road. While all ages are welcome, the walk is geared toward adults. All birding levels are welcome. Bring binoculars or borrow a pair on site. Program proceeds rain or shine.
Free. Advance registration required. To register, visit www.tryonfriends.org. For more information, call Christal Florin at 503-636-9886 ext 225. Hosted by Friends of Tryon Creek