Community Calendar, Events, and Opportunities

Coast Fork Birders
Saturday, May 30, 8 am-11 am

Native Oaks Ridge Bird Walk 

Join the Coast Fork Birders for a bird walk at the Native Oaks Ridge property. The land features unique oak habitat and the walk will provide a snapshot of bird species post-implementation of the oak release restoration project. Will likely also include opportunities to observe butterflies and flowering plants. The path covers uneven rolling hill terrain. Bring weather-appropriate clothing and footwear, binoculars, and bird identification book if you have them, (we have some spares in case you don’t), and your own snacks and water. Please RSVP to the Coast Fork Office 541.767.0717 or email maggie@coastfork.org.

FMI: coastfork.org or CFWWC Facebook page

 

Willamette Resource Education Network (WREN)

Visit WREN’s blog for self-guided activities and resources: wewwild@blogspot.com

Offerings include:

Self-guided Bike Tour of the West Eugene Wetlands:

In celebration of springtime and in the spirit of health and modified community involvement, a mapped out bicycle adventure through the West Eugene Wetlands, highlights some signs of spring for you and your families to enjoy. Visit the blog to access the 12-mile, self-guided, interpretive bicycle tour. Enjoy the adventure!

Sensory Scavenger Hunt:

Spend an afternoon outdoors exploring the sites, sounds, and smells of nature in a Sensory Scavenger Hunt designed especially for younger children and families. 

Dragonfly Learning Activities:

Dragonflies are engineering marvels! Learn about the dragonfly life-cycle, dragonfly flight, and design your own dragonfly in learning activities suitable for upper elementary and middle school-age students. Bonus dragonfly mask craft! You can access the learning materials, craft templates, and activity instructions through the blog.

 

 

 

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