[Tweeters] Tennant Lake Ferndale July 16 ..1 to 4

Twink Coffman wilber4818 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 4 13:24:55 PDT 2017


*Skulls and Skins*

*Free; all ages welcome*

*1 to 4 p.m. Sunday July 16, at Tennant Lake near Ferndale*
The Friends of Tennant Lake and Hovander Park invite everyone to the annual
“Skulls and Skins” event with the Washington Department of Fish and
Wildlife from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday July 16 a the Tennant Lake Interpretive
Center near Ferndale. Attendees will touch and learn about tortoise shells,
wolf skins, deer antlers and more. The Tennant Lake Interpretive Center
will be open, as will the tower and boardwalk, so visitors can plan for an
afternoon adventure.

Dress for the weather: Be sure to bring a hat, water and sunscreen.
Binoculars will be useful. Bring your camera to this free event. All ages
are welcome. The Friends are supported by the Whatcom Parks and Recreation
Foundation and operate in partnership with the Washington Department of
Fish and Wildlife and Whatcom County Parks and Recreation.

Find us at 5236 Nielsen Ave. just outside Ferndale, Washington. Take the
Ferndale exit (west) off of 1-5. Follow the signs to Hovander Park. Instead
of a final right turn into Hovander Park, continue straight on Nielsen Road
through the gate to Tennant Lake.


*Skulls and Skins*

*Free; all ages welcome*

*1 to 4 p.m. Sunday July 16, at Tennant Lake near Ferndale*
The Friends of Tennant Lake and Hovander Park invite everyone to the annual
“Skulls and Skins” event with the Washington Department of Fish and
Wildlife from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday July 16 a the Tennant Lake Interpretive
Center near Ferndale. Attendees will touch and learn about tortoise shells,
wolf skins, deer antlers and more. The Tennant Lake Interpretive Center
will be open, as will the tower and boardwalk, so visitors can plan for an
afternoon adventure.

Dress for the weather: Be sure to bring a hat, water and sunscreen.
Binoculars will be useful. Bring your camera to this free event. All ages
are welcome. The Friends are supported by the Whatcom Parks and Recreation
Foundation and operate in partnership with the Washington Department of
Fish and Wildlife and Whatcom County Parks and Recreation.

Find us at 5236 Nielsen Ave. just outside Ferndale, Washington. Take the
Ferndale exit (west) off of 1-5. Follow the signs to Hovander Park. Instead
of a final right turn into Hovander Park, continue straight on Nielsen Road
through the gate to Tennant Lake.




--
happy birding
Twink
wilber4818 at gmail.com
Ferndale, WA
in Whatcom County
out on the beach
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