LandWatch is excited to offer a series of spring walks to some of the most spectacular field sites in Central Oregon as part of our Rivers & Springs program. These trips include beautiful springs, pristine riparian corridors, and dramatic stream and river confluences. We will explore some of the region's fascinating hydrology, including the connection between ground water and surface springs, while engaging in restorative walks, including guided reflection on our connection to the natural environment.
Join us for this walk around Fall River Springs, Big Tree/Dead Slough, and the confluence of the Fall River with the Upper Deschutes River.
- Sunday, June 10, 10:00am to 3:00pm
- Easy, mostly level trail
- Forested and shady to open and (hopefully) sunny
- Note that the trail can get a little muddy
- Nathan Hovekamp, naturalist and LandWatch Wildlife Program Director
- Jeff Perreault, retired USGS hydrologist and LandWatch board member
Suggested equipment: comfortable hiking shoes, sack lunch, plenty of water, sunscreen, binoculars, and field guides. You will receive an email with more details closer to the date of the hike.