Spring History Walks

May 4, 2013

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Each walk complements “David Douglas: A Naturalist at Work,” currently on exhibit at Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. Join other explorers on a tour led by Spokane-based teacher, author and naturalist, Jack Nisbet. Each tour will retrace the travels of Scottish naturalist David Douglas through the Spokane country. The bus will meet at the MAC at 9 a.m. and return at 3 p.m. Pack a lunch for a picnic along the way. All tours include a visit to the Douglas exhibit at the end of the trip. April 20, Swanson Lakes, Twin Lakes & Coffeepot Lake. Search for the early wildflowers and spring birds that captivated Douglas upon his arrival in the scrub steppe in spring 1826. May 4, Little Falls & the Mouth of the Spokane River. Visit sites where Douglas collected iconic Inland Northwest plants and compare your sightings with entries from his field journals. May 18, Colville Valley & Little Pend Oreille Wildlife Refuge. Follow Douglas’ footsteps between Spokane House and Kettle Falls at the peak of wildflower bloom and migrant bird activity. Registration form: http://jacknisbet.com/events/?event_id=163

Where:
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. First Ave., Spokane, WA
City:
Spokane
Neighborhood:
Browne's Addition neighborhood, Downtown
Cost:
$55 per person per trip
Phone:
(509) 466-2823
Email:
hjbiever@earthlink.net
Website:
http://www.northwestmuseum.org/
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