Posted by: holly | October 23, 2009

November Moon

Walk When the Moon is Full

Explore the Moon of the Coyote and

honor All Saint’s Day

Alert, as always.

Sunday, November 1st, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

Whatcom Falls Park

Ages 5 and up. Children accompanied by an adult.


By Donation

Please join naturalists Rachel Castor and Holly Roger for our nature series: Walk When the Moon Is Full. Inspired by the book of the same title by renowned naturalist Frances Hamerstrom and the 13 Moon Series by Jean Craighead George, this experiential program focuses on a natural history topic by moonlight. Discover the hidden nocturnal world of Whatcom County with us!

This time of year we like to honor All Saint’s Day & All Soul’s Day. Please bring a story or picture to share of an ancestor who has passed on through the veil. We are starting a bit earlier than usual because we have a wonderful opportunity to tour Bayview Cemetery with it’s Guardian, otherwise known as Enterprise Coordinator, Marcia Wazny. She has graciously offered to tell us about the history of this beautiful park. Thank you Marcia! Come see the oldest western birch in the Northwest! It’s a beauty!

We greatly appreciate your donations. Group size is limited so registration is required.

We can tell you where our specific meeting place is when you register.
Register via email (wildwhatcomwalks@gmail.com) or call Rachel at 392-8992.

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