Leaders: Bob Wadsworth and Craig Merkel.
8:30AM to 11:00AM.
Burfoot Park has a bit of everything -- open green space, lawn, and flower gardens at the top, and as you wend your way down the bluff to the water, mature conifer and cedar forest. Expect pigeon guillemots and other seabirds as well as woodpeckers and other forest birds. We should also be able to identify local native trees, shrubs and wildflowers.
Burfoot Park is located on the west side of Boston Harbor Road, about four and a half miles north of Olympia. If you reach Boston Harbor, you have gone too far. Meet at the upper parking lot.
Bring water and snacks as needed. Be prepared for the weather and for walking uphill and downhill on rough and perhaps muddy path. The trail down to the beach is about one mile or so.