8011 Fauntleroy Way SW
Signs of Spring / Equinox Nature Walk in Lincoln Park
No matter where you are on earth, the equinox brings us a number of seasonal effects, noticeable to nature lovers around the globe. In the PNW, we are welcoming the NEW: buds, blooms, fragrances, pollinators, returning birds, bats, bees, increasing light and joyous color. We say goodbye to our resident winter birds and hello to spring arrivals. Everywhere, birds can be observed preparing for new families. The sights and sounds of our natural world ‘waking up’ surround us; from shoots bursting through the soil to an eruption of buds, blooms, and critter activity. This can really lift the spirits as their exuberance is contagious. Join us in discovering the current equinoctial extravaganza now on display in Lincoln Park (often hidden in plain sight)! Co-hosted by West Seattle Naturalists, Ann Anderson and Duncan Endava.
***LIMIT 12 – RESERVATION REQUiRED.To reserve your spot, please email: email@example.com
WHEN: Tuesday, March 21, 2023 @ 8:00 AM. Return to parking lot by 10AM.
WHERE: Lincoln Park: 8011 Fauntleroy Way SW, West Seattle, SOUTH (lower) Parking Lot.
*BYOB! – (bring your own Binoculars) Will definitely enhance your experience if you have them or can borrow a pair.
*Dry / Warm Clothing Layers (especially on your FEET, head and torso) since it WILL be muddy in places and can be quite chilly by the water. Bring gloves. Rain gear for the possible shower, if forecast.
*Masks are encouraged for anyone who feels more comfortable wearing one.
*Water / snack if you wish
*Trail grade: It is fairly steep from the parking lot down to Shelter #3 and back up again.
*This outing is geared toward adults
*No DOGS* please – we love ‘em but wildlife definitely does not
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