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4/23/2013 12:21:00 PM
Deschutes Land Trust to host free hike series
Hiking parties are low-impact and explore the flora and fauna of Deschutes Land Trust preserves. photo by Jim Anderson
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Hiking parties are low-impact and explore the flora and fauna of Deschutes Land Trust preserves. photo by Jim Anderson


Deschutes Land Trust (DLT) is hosting its 2013 Walk + Hike series. From April through October land trust volunteer naturalists lead more than 100 free walks, hikes, and bike rides at various land trust protected lands. Participants can explore birds, wildflowers or water bugs while hiking along Whychus Creek or in the forests of the Metolius Preserve.

DLT Walks + Hikes are of varied distances with diverse topics. Short bird walks catch spring migrations while exploring birding hot-spots like Camp Polk Meadow Preserve. Longer full-day hikes explore the glacier-carved valleys and volcanic craters of the Sisters area. Mountain bike rides take in the vast expanse and fresh trails of Skyline Forest, while night hikes allow participants to get outside and soak in the darkness. Families with children will delight in a roster of pint-size hikes dedicated to birds, bees, bugs and more.

Walks + Hikes are led by skilled volunteer naturalists who delight in sharing nature with others. Many land trust leaders are trained Oregon State University Master Naturalists with a lifetime of experience outdoors. Join them to explore new hiking trails, observe migrating songbirds, or delight in spring wildflowers.

All walks and hikes are free. Group size is small to limit impact on DLT preserves and give attendees the best experience possible. Registration for each outing opens one month prior to the outing and can be done online any time of the day or night. Once you register, detailed directions for the outing will be provided. Find the full schedule at www.deschuteslandtrust.org/events.

The Deschutes Land Trust conserves land for wildlife, scenic views, and local communities. As Central Oregon's only nationally accredited and locally based land trust, the Deschutes Land Trust has protected more than 8,200 acres since 1995. For more information on Deschutes Land Trust, call 541-330-0017 or visit www.deschuteslandtrust. org.





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