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Seward Park Audubon Center is leading a guided nature walk Saturday through Seward Park, but with a twist: Dogs are allowed.
During the two-mile walk, participants will learn about wildlife while enjoying views of the lake and forest. The path will include stops to view an eagles nest and a mountain beaver colony.
Dogs typically spook wildlife, but that’s just a trade-off with this “furry friend” outing.
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“We are frequently asked if people can bring their dogs on our walks,” says Annie Morton, education director of the Seward Park Audubon Center. “We decided that offering a walk especially for dog owners and dog lovers, who would be understanding and unconcerned if they saw less wildlife as a result of their canine companions, would be a great way to include all audiences in our programming.”
Adults pay $5; children between 2 and 15 pay $3; dogs are free. Cats are not invited.
For more information, see: sewardpark.audubon.org
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