On July 15, 2016, all were welcome to join the Natural History Society for a summer hike to Hurricane Ridge led by naturalist extraordinaire Ken Wilson. Ken recently served as lead naturalist for the JLT Northwest Naturalist course when they visited Hurricane Ridge.
We hiked the Hurricane Hill trail beyond Hurricane Ridge, enjoyed the splendid views, and paused to identify trees, late wildflowers, and some endemic mammals and butterflies.
We suggested: dressing in layers for changing weather, and bringing field guides to plants, birds or insects, and plenty of food and water. There was no limit to the size of this group.
We carpooled from Port Townsend to the road up to Hurricane Ridge. Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org was the contact for details.