Snowy Plover Interpretive Walk – Netarts Spit at Cape Lookout State Park (RSVP required)
When: Friday, July 1 at 8:30 a.m.
Where: Cape Lookout State Park
Join Portland Audubon Coastal Community Science Biologist, Allison Anholt and learn about the endangered snowy plover life history, conservation challenges and habitat. There will be good opportunities to view plovers and other birds at Cape Lookout State Park. This will be a long hike, traversing the entire length of Netarts Spit (round trip 10 miles). This walk will be 4-5 hours and involve walking on uneven, sandy terrain. We will have a scope but please consider bringing your own binoculars, as well as water and appropriate footwear. We will adhere to COVID-19 social distancing. If a long hike isn’t quite what you’re looking for, check out our other Snowy Plover Interpretive Walks.
Other Interpretive Snowy Plover walks will occur on: June 18 (Clatsop Spit), July 2 (Sitka), July 3 (Nehalem) and Aug 8 (Netarts Bay)