Thursday Campfire Presentations

May – October
Thursday evenings
5:30pm potluck
6:15-8:00pm presentation and dessert- $5/ person

Throughout this summer, Thursday evenings will be full of fun and adventure for all ages exploring the natural history of North Central Washington.  Come learn about frogs and salamanders living in the wetlands of Mazama, explore riparian forest small mammals and bird diversity, delve into the geology of Goat Wall, learn your medicinal and edible plants and understand the fascinating lives of bats.

Dessert will be served with each presentation.  Bring your blankets and hiking shoes so you are prepared for indoor and outdoor adventures.

Summer Schedule:

26 May            Soils and Life Underground with Dr.Andrew Kulmatisky

2 June              “Riding with Reindeer” book reading with Bob Goldstein

23 June            Frogs and Salamanders presentation & field trip with Julie Grialou

30 June            Riparian area for birds and small mammals with Dr. John Lehmkuhl

7 July               Open House- food, drinks and nature hikes

14 July             Western Gray Squirrel Research and Conservation with Katy Stuart

21 July             Edible and medicinal plants of the Methow with Rosalee de la Forêt

4 August           Bats of North Central WA by Kent Woodruff

11 August         Geology of Goat Wall with Eric Bard

18 August         Live Raptors with WSU Raptor Club

25 August         Mating Systems of Grouse with Dr. Michael Schroeder

1 September     Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with Bernie and Stacey

8 September     TBA

15 September   Music and Dance at the Campfire with Celeste and Kip Roberts

6 Oct                   Fire Ecology with Bill Moody

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