Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Bat Walk 2016

Big Brown Bat  (Eptesicus fuscus)
Eptesicus fuscus

Saturday, July 23rd
8:30pm-10:30pm
Location TBD 

Curious about bats? Would you like to learn more? Join us for a summer Bat Walk led by expert Stuart Perlmeter. Wildly popular last year, the walk will provide opportunities to see bats up close as well as to view them wild in the wetlands--even to hear them using special bat detectors! This is an excellent event for children. Participants should bring sturdy shoes, water, and curiosity.

Registration is required for this FREE event, so please make sure to contact WREN soon to reserve your spot. To register, please call (541) 338-7047. Location is to be determined. WREN will contact registrants with the location and directions prior to the event.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

July Wetland Wander with Heron Brae

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

9am-11am

Willow Creek Natural Area


Come learn about wetland plants with local botanist Heron Brae. She will lead a special plant-themed Wetland Wander at the Nature Conservancy property, Willow Creek Natural Area.  Heron will lead discussion on the human-plant relationship, and emphasize medicinal and edible plants as well as ecology.

We hope to see you there for this early summer plant wander.


Directions: From West 18th Ave. head west,drive past Bertelsen Road and park along the first and second parking areas on the right side of West 18th, past Bertelsen. Look for WREN Staff. For more information call (541) 338-7047 or email volunteer@wewetlands.org