Discover some of the varied species of plants and animals that live in Tryon Creek State Natural Area. Find out how biodiversity can be vital to the survival of the forest. Learn some of the different ways that plants and animals use different techniques for their own survival. This walk is in celebration of the International Day of Biodiversity.

Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.


All Ages

Free, no pre-registration required.

Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.

No groups over 10 people please – if you are interested in bringing a group please call the ranger at least two weeks in advance to make arrangements for alternate time.

For more specific information, call (503) 636-9886 ext. 225.


Guided Nature Walk - Diversity in the Forest is Survival

Saturday, May 20, 2017

10:00 am 11:30 am

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