Owling Lincoln Park with Stewart
Due to popular demand I am scheduling my next owling adventure at Lincoln Park. We will start before sunset in hopes to get a peek at the resident Barred Owls with some daylight, and go into the night, looking and listening in hopes of some owl action in their prime activity time. While the owls can be finicky, and are never guaranteed, the wildflowers are just getting started and we will see and learn about a few of them by flashlight, and may examine any other plant, animal or fungus that piques anyone’s curiosity. Lincoln Park has retained more of the area’s ancient flora than any other spot in Seattle.
We’ll meet at the north parking lot on Fauntleroy Wy SW across from SW Rose St (between SW Monroe and SW Thistle) at the kiosk at the middle of the west edge of the parking lot.
All ages are welcome! Come alone! Bring a friend! Bring a parent or grandparent or a child or grandchild! Programs designed to work for all ages and levels, so that neither kids, nor adults, experts nor novices will feel that the program is oriented mostly to the other group. Wear shoes that can handle a muddy spot or two in the trail. Parents remind kids to use the bathroom before the program.