Whatcom Land Trust – Chum and Eagles Special Field Trip

When:
December 29, 2013 @ 5:00 am – 8:00 am
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Where:
Whatcom County

For 22 years WLT has protected salmon and eagle habitat along the Nooksack River. Late December is a great time to appreciate the results of this work. Chum salmon spawning on the North Fork lure eagles in large numbers; some have said that it qualifies as one of the best eagle-watching sites in the Lower 48.

Join us for a  tour of the spawning channels at our Rutsatz Salmon property near Deming.  This is a great activity for your holiday guests visiting from out of state. The terrain is quite varied and can be challenging at times for the less spry among us.  Considering bringing your trekking poles if you have them.

Contact greg@whatcomlandtrust.org (360 650-9470) to register. Greg will circulate contact information among those who wish to carpool, so mention your interest when you call/email.

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