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National, State Park activities continue

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Redwood National and State Parks Ranger Guided Activities through the Labor Day weekend at Redwood National and State Parks. Ranger-guided activities will become more intermittent through the month of September.

•Campfire Programs: Visitors of all ages can enjoy the programs at Jedediah Smith, Mill Creek, Gold Bluffs Beach and Elk Prairie campgrounds.

Saturday: 8 p.m., Elk Prairie Campground, New Kids in the Redwood Neighborhood.

8 p.m., Mill Creek Campground, Bear Tales.

8 p.m. Jed Smith Campground The Olympians of Redwood

Wednesday, 8 p.m., Jed Smith Campground, Mammal Mysteries

Friday, 8 p.m. Mill Creek Campground, Wonders in the Watershed.

8 p.m. Jed Smith Campground, The Bear Necessities.

•Junior Rangers: Children ages 7-12 have fun learning about people, plants, and animals of the redwood region. Programs will begin at the Jedediah Smith Campground, Mill Creek Campground or at the Prairie Creek Visitor Center at the designated times.

Saturday, 10 a.m., Prairie Creek Visitor Center, Banana Slugs: Slimy Recyclers of the Forest.

3 p.m., Mill Creek Campground, Cubs in the Creek.

3 p.m., Jed Smith Campground, Salmon Scrambler.

Sunday, 10 a.m., Prairie Creek Visitor Center, Betting on Nature.

Monday, 10 a.m., Prairie Creek Visitor Center, Whose Baby Are You?

Tuesday, 10 a.m., Mill Creek Campground, Salmon Scrambler.

Wednesday, 3 p.m., Jed Smith Campground, Marvelous Mammals.

Friday, 3 p.m., Mill Creek Campground, Water Wonders.

3 p.m., Jed Smith Campground, "Are We Bear Yet?"

•Nature Walks: Meet at the time and place specified for a closer look at a special aspect of Redwood National and State Parks. Wear good hiking shoes, dress for the weather and bring drinking water (1 to 2 hours).

Sept. 1, 10 a.m. Ranches, Roosevelt, and Redwoods, Meet at Prairie Creek Visitor Center.

2 p.m., Old Growth Forests: What they are and Why they are important, Meet at Lady Bird Johnson Grove trailhead.

2 p.m., Lifecycle in the Ancient Forest, Meet at Nickerson Ranch trailhead on Howland Hill Road.

2 p.m., Redwood Reactions, Meet at Prairie Creek Visitor Center.

Sept. 2, 2 p.m., Lady Bird's Legacy, Meet at Lady Bird Johnson Grove trailhead.

2 p.m., It's A Small World, Meet at Simpson-Reed Grove.

Sept. 3, 10 a.m., Treasures of Time, Meet at Stout Grove parking lot.

2 p.m., Putting It In Perspective, Meet at Lady Bird Johnson trailhead.

Sept. 3, 2 p.m., The Secret Life of Trees, Meet at Stout Grove parking area.

Sept. 4, 2 p.m., Lifecycle in the Ancient Forest, Meet at Nickerson Ranch trailhead on Howland Hill Road.

 


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