WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Native bees, birds, bears, deer, mollusks, wildflowers, mosses, lichens and geology will be the featured topics this weekend at summer-long 75th anniversary celebration continues at Washington's Sinlahekin Wildlife Area near Tonasket.
And Spokane author and naturalist Jack Nisbet will give a program on early exploration of the region.
See the complete list of the free Sinlahekin Wildlife Area 75th anniversary events, programs, field trips and clinics scheduled this summer in Okanogan County.
The list is long and offerings are impressive.
- See my feature story about the celebration, and the reasons for it.
Events are scheduled for this weekend -- June 14-15 -- as well as on July 5-6, July 26-27, Aug. 23-24, and concluding with National Hunting and Fishing Days, Sept. 6-7.