Hansville Greenway and Point No Point Nature Walk

salmonberryJoin our Natural History Society and JLT Land Stewards Michele Olsen and Wendy Feltham for an almost springtime walk through the Hansville Greenway on Wednesday, March 8, 9:00 am–(approx.) 4:30 pm (earlier for those doing the shorter walk).

The seven-mile route follows country  roads to the historic Point No Point Lighthouse.  It continues through beautiful Buck Lake County Park and the Hansville Greenway trails.  In addition to meadow, pond and lake, there is a 28-acre wetland behind the lighthouse keeper’s quarters.

An alternative three and one-half mile walk will take you to the wetland area with the opportunity for birding. The park is a designated an Important Bird Area on Audubon
Washington’s Great Washington State Birding Trail.

licorice-fernWear light hiking boots and dress for weather. Bring water, snack/lunch, binoculars, and
field guides (if you have them). There is no limit to the size of this group. For carpool information, other details, and to RSVP, please contact Michele at jltnatural@saveland.org.