Upcoming Events


Wenatchee Library Storytime: Winter Animals
4:00 PM
Wenatchee Library

Join the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and the Wenatchee Public Library for a Winter Animal-themed storytime! 

We'll read books, sing songs, and have a great time and explore snow, winter and winter animals in the process. Enjoy a healthy winter-themed snack at the end!

This activity lasts about one hour. No need to sign up ahead of time. 


Early Morning Birding & ID Skills Building
7:30am-10:00am
Walla Walla Point Park

Come along with naturalist and Land Trust Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger on this low-key morning birding outing.  From beginner to expert, learn from fellow birders and hone your bird ID skills.


Early Morning Birding & ID Skills Building
7:30am-10:00am
Walla Walla Point Park

Come along with naturalist and Land Trust Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger on this low-key morning birding outing.  From beginner to expert, learn from fellow birders and hone your bird ID skills.


Environmental Film & Lecture Series: Switch

Every energy resource — fossil, nuclear and renewable — is undergoing profound changes. And overall, the planet is shifting from coal and oil to the energies of tomorrow. This sweeping transition is the subject of Switch. Rather than advocate for how it should happen, Switch travels the world to discover how it most likely will happen. Switch is also about changing the energy conversation.


Guided Snow Shoe Hikes for Families
10:00 AM
Saddle Rock Trail

This is you and your family's chance to try out one of winter’s most popular activities: snowshoeing! 

These trips teach beginners the basics of snowshoeing while exploring the family friendly trails of Saddle Rock. Your hike leader will share fun and interesting information about winter animals and plants along the way, and the group will enjoy hot cocoa at the end of the hike. 


Guided Snow Shoe Hikes for Families
10:00 AM
Saddle Rock Trail

This is you and your family's chance to try out one of winter’s most popular activities: snowshoeing! 

These trips teach beginners the basics of snowshoeing while exploring the family friendly trails of Saddle Rock. Your hike leader will share fun and interesting information about winter animals and plants along the way, and the group will enjoy hot cocoa at the end of the hike. 


Early Morning Birding & ID Skills Building
7:30am-10:00am
Walla Walla Point Park

Come along with naturalist and Land Trust Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger on this low-key morning birding outing.  From beginner to expert, learn from fellow birders and hone your bird ID skills.


Great Backyard Bird Count at Stormy Creek Preserve
10:00 AM
Stormy Creek Preserve

Get outside, learn about birds and explore this beautiful natural area in the Entiat Valley.

Join us and biologist and Land Trust site steward Phil Archibald to participate in the Annual Great Backyard Bird Count at Stormy Creek Preserve on February 17, 2018 from 10 am to 12 pm. 

From the Great Backyard Bird Count website: 


Environmental Film & Lecture Series: The Million Dollar Duck

The Million Dollar Duck is a documentary film that focuses on the strange and wonderful world of the Federal Duck Stamp contest, the only juried art competition run by the U.S. government.


Early Morning Birding & ID Skills Building
7:30am-10:00am
Walla Walla Point Park

Come along with naturalist and Land Trust Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger on this low-key morning birding outing.  From beginner to expert, learn from fellow birders and hone your bird ID skills.


Environmental Film & Lecture Series: Elwha a River Reborn

The Elwha River is resurgent with new life thanks to the largest dam removal project ever anywhere in the world. A true watershed-scale recovery, Elwha River chinook are swimming once again to the feet of the Olympic Mountains, with 70 miles of habitat reopened to them.


Early Morning Birding & ID Skills Building
7:30am-10:00am
Walla Walla Point Park

Come along with naturalist and Land Trust Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger on this low-key morning birding outing.  From beginner to expert, learn from fellow birders and hone your bird ID skills.


Environmental Film & Lecture Series: Leave it to Beavers

Beavers are one of nature’s most industrious critters and their hydro-engineering activities transform the landscape. Nearly trapped to extinction for their fur and hunted as pests, a growing number of scientists and resource managers are looking to beavers to reverse water shortages and restore fish and wildlife habitat.


Early Morning Birding & ID Skills Building
7:30am-10:00am
Walla Walla Point Park

Come along with naturalist and Land Trust Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger on this low-key morning birding outing.  From beginner to expert, learn from fellow birders and hone your bird ID skills.

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Leavenworth Fish Hatchery Guided Snowshoe Tours!
- 10:00am & 1:00pm
Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery

FREE guided snowshoe tours are being offered December 15 through January 27 at the Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery! Tours are given on:

   Fridays at 1pm

   Saturdays at 10am & 1pm

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Snowshoe Tour Guides NEEDED!
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Announcing the return of snowshoe nature walks at Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery!

Visitors can sign up for free guided snowshoe walks at the hatchery (snowshoes, guide, and hot chocolate provided). After a short break, the program restarted last winter, with hatchery staff leading the walks.

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