Experience the amazing diversity of plant life on the Olympic Peninsula. Join leader John Bridge in the second year of our flowers walks where we search for wild treasures! There will be four classes with options to take them as a series or to join us for a single class. This class will look at flowers from low elevation riparian forests, and up to the alpine area. We will start with fawn lilies at the confluence of the Dungeness River and GrayWolf River and finish up with glacier lilies, grass widows (aka satin-flower), and many more that cover the alpine slopes. Participants will walk between 2 and 4 miles each day making sure to have time to smell the flowers – and take photos.
Where and When: All classes will meet at Dungeness River Audubon Center at 9 a.m. and strive to return by 3 p.m.
Class 1- Dungeness Forks and Lower GrayWolf (April 18th)
Class 2 –Fish Hatchery and Klink Bridge (May 16th)
Class 3- Deer Park (June 13th)
Class 4– Hurricane Hill (June 27th)
Cost: $25 per class or $80 for all four