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Trail Tales Walk: Mixing It Up In Fidalgo Bay - The Role of Watersheds in Creating Productive Ecosystems

Date: Sunday, July 27, 2014 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Contact info: Nancy Olsen, Trail Tales Volunteer Coordinator

Join Trail Tales docents for an informative and visual narrative that seeks to explain how regional watersheds are an integral part of a large, unique and complex marine ecosystem known as the Salish Sea. Our own Fidalgo Bay is an important part of this larger ecosystem.  This highly productive and biologically diverse system is home to many mammals, birds, fish and invertebrates that are critical to the economies and lives of the Pacific Northwest. Trail Tales interpretive walks are free, public walks along a paved handicapped accessible trail.

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