On Saturday, Oct. 19, join the Angora Hiking Club for a hike at the Willapa Bay National Wildlife Refuge Art Trail.  This unique trail features artwork along the ADA accessible .12 mile boardwalk which tells the story of the stream and the many species that live there.  The Interpretive Art Trail leads to the Cutthroat Climb loop which continues another.75 mile and passes a beautiful labyrinth.
We’ll also be hiking the Teal Slough Trail which is just north of the refuge headquarters.  This half-mile trail through old-growth cedar is home to two state and federally protected species, marbled murrelets and spotted owls.
Meet at 9:00 a.m. at the parking lot on 2nd and Marine, just west of Burger King.  We will carpool from there to the Willapa Bay National Wildlife Refuge headquarters, U.S. 101 at milepost 24 in Washington.  Call Arline LaMear (503-338-6883) if you have questions or need further information.

Club membership not required to participate.

Pets are not allowed