On Friday, July 29, The North Coast Land Conservancy biologist and educator Mike Patterson leads a 2-mile round-trip walk into Ecola Creek Forest Reserve in Cannon Beach. The land conservancy helped the city of Cannon Beach acquire what has become a 1,040-acre community forest, preserving much of the Ecola Creek watershed.

On Friday, Aug. 5, naturalist Neal Maine will lead a “Seaton Watch” at Circle Creek Habitat Reserve. A Seaton Watch is an opportunity to slow down and simply observe the natural world with all your senses. The two-hour outing will follow a nearly 1-mile nature trail through a Sitka spruce swamp at the edge of this 365-acre conservation area at the south end of Seaside.

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