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Scappoose Bay Nocturnal Kayak Tour

Explore Scappoose creek by the light of the sunset and moon with The Wetlands Conservancys  Urban Land Steward Megan Garvey and Next Adventures Scappoose Bay Kayaks. As the daylight wanes, small night lights are added to your kayak as you paddle in the shimmering bay. In this guided paddle, watch as great blue heron, river

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Scappoose Bay Kayaking

Take a gentle 3-hour paddle of beautiful Scappoose Bay with TWC Executive Director Esther Lev and one of Next Adventure’s Scappoose Bay experienced guides. The Scappoose Bay Bottomlands provide some of the best remaining natural habitats in the Lower Columbia River system. A total of 280 wildlife species are believed to occur regularly during one

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Weekend at Westwind

Join TWC staff, board and friends for a weekend at Camp Westwind, a 529 acre camp set in the middle of the Cascade Head UN Biosphere Reserve in Oregon.  Nestled below Cascade Head on the Salmon River estuary, this private camp is impossible to visit on your own!  Stroll more than a mile of unspoiled ocean

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Oregon’s Greatest Wetlands: Tours!

Exploring Oregon’s Greatest Wetlands Learn about wetlands. Wetlands occur in all corners of Oregon and are among the most biologically productive and species-rich habitats in the state. Coastal salt marshes, wet prairies, spruce swamps and fresh water marshes are a small sampling of the diversity of wetland types in Oregon. Grab your rubber boots, binoculars

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Volunteer Trail Clearing at Apache Bluff

This summer, with the help of volunteer outreach coordinator extraordinaire, Alicia Heitzman, 13 people gathered together to clear the community trail at the Apache Bluff wetland preserve in Tualatin. We were able to clear large, heavy fallen trees off the trail, spiky invasive blackberries, and thick invasive grasses. We are 60 meters closer to a fully

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