Tahoma Audubon Society plans first outing of the year

January 3, 2014 

The Tahoma Audubon Society first outing of 2014 is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday at Bradley Lake Park.

Ed Pullen will lead the half-day trip that will visit the Puyallup park and the Orting area. The club’s website says participants can expect to see waterfowl at Bradley Lake and possibly raptors, passerines and more waterfowl in Orting.

Participants are encouraged to dress for the weather and be prepared to walk as far as two miles. For more information, visit tahomaaudubon.org or call 253-565-9278.

On Wednesday, the organization has an outing planned for the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge (8 a.m.-noon, $3, call 360-459-1499 for more information) and a hawk watching class at the University of Puget Sound (7-9 p.m., metroparkstacona.org).

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