Saturday, October 1 – 10:00 to 11:30am **THIS MEANDER IS NOW FULL**
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Snow and Salmon creeks flow from the foothills of the Olympic Mountains down to the head of Discovery Bay. Here they form the Snow and Salmon Creek Estuary – one of the most intact estuaries of its kind on the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Hood Canal.
These waters and shorelines provide a wealth of habitat for salmon, white sturgeon, and Olympic oysters and more. Shorebirds and waterfowl, bald eagles, feed on salmon carcasses along the creeks in the intertidal areas.
Over 500 acres of scenic estuary, wetland, creek, and buffer habitat have been protected from the head of the bay and the foothills above the valley, including some adjoining farmland and forests. Join the Land Trust’s Sarah Spaeth and botanist Kathy Darrow will lead us in this remarkable landscape tour.
To register for this free program, please visit the Monthly Meanders registration page.