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Saturday
Feb
14
2015
Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 9-11:30am
9-11:30am
The recently built Gresham-Fairview Trail passes by the beautifully restored Fairview Creek Headwaters area, a refuge for wetland birds, amphibians and reptiles. The view is sadly obscured by a thick shroud of invasive Himalayan blackberry, and we want to open that view for your enjoyment. Come join us on the trail for two special stewardship Saturdays and start removing these invasives as we get the area ready for the annual Watershed Wide event March 7!!
Saturday
Feb
7
2015
Saturday, February 7, 2015 from 9-11:30am
9-11:30am
The recently built Gresham-Fairview Trail passes by the beautifully restored Fairview Creek Headwaters area, a refuge for wetland birds, amphibians and reptiles. The view is sadly obscured by a thick shroud of invasive Himalayan blackberry, and we want to open that view for your enjoyment. Come join us on the trail for two special stewardship Saturdays and start removing these invasives as we get the area ready for the annual Watershed Wide event March 7!!
Tuesday
Jan
27
2015
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 from 6-8:30pm
6-8:30pm
The word “raptor” means to seize or grasp, and that’s one of the things raptors do best. They are great hunters, and have special adaptations that make them unique in the natural world. Come learn about the raptors that are the eye in the sky over Gresham with our birds of prey class! We will teach you how to properly identify native raptors as well as delve into their fascinating natural history and their amazing adaptions to catching prey. You can then employ the skills you learned at the Audubon Society's 11th annual Raptor Road Trip to Sauvie Island on Saturday, January 31.
Tuesday
Dec
16
2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 1pm
1pm
Did you know winter is prime time for native plant restoration? The City’s Natural Resource Program manages 1000+ acres of natural areas and is restoring habitat for rare wildlife species. Come get a behind the scenes look at restoration efforts; enjoy a hands-on live stake planting demonstration; learn about winter twig ID, spotting evergreen invasive plants, and top 10 scary weeds to watch out for in Gresham.