Sunday, August 30th
In North Bonneville, Washington there is a small lake habitat shared by many animals and humans. This co-existence is a delicate balance based on seasonal plants and a food-prolific little lake that bans motors. The best way to observe these animals, their sign and habitat is by small boat. The total paddle length is about three miles in relatively warm water. The tracking objectives will be to see what makes this habitat so rich and hopefully to observe not only the signs of animals, but the animals themselves. To that end this will be a late afternoon paddle, meeting at a place to be announced around 4:00pm and finishing around 6:30 or 7:00PM.
Any small personal powered kayak, canoe or any boat that can be launched from shore by one person is suitable. Life jackets, water, sunscreen, hats and sunglasses and snacks are advised. Doubling up in a two person kayak or canoe is definitely an option.
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