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Shellfish Foraging and Cooking - 131810

Shellfish Foraging & Cooking
Ages 8-99. Strap on your rubber boots and grab your bucket. Join author Langdon Cook and master shellfish grower John Adams as we visit Taylor Shellfish Farms near Dosewallips State Park to learn about several species of local shellfish, where to find them, how to harvest them, and delicious recipes to cook them. We’ll fill our limit of oysters and clams then learn to prepare each using a variety of culinary techniques. Meet at Dosewallips State Park picnic shelter, north of Dosewallips River. Class fills quickly.

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131810-01
Shellfish Foraging and Cooking
04/17/2018 -04/17/2018
11:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tu
contact enrollee
8-99 years
$89.00
Coed
Available
131810-02
Shellfish Foraging and Cooking
04/29/2018 -04/29/2018
10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Su
contact enrollee
8-99 years
$89.00
Coed
Waitlist
131810-03
Shellfish Foraging and Cooking
05/13/2018 -05/13/2018
9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Su
contact enrollee
8-99 years
$89.00
Coed
Available

Geoducks & Littlenecks - 131814

Geoducks & Littlenecks
The geoduck is the sport fishing clam of the northwest, notoriously difficult to find and harvest, but deliciously worth the effort. Join renowned chef and author Langdon Cook and master shellfish grower John Adams as we tromp out during a -3.8 low tide at Dosewallips to find and dig up the world's largest burrowing clam. We'll learn about geoducks, how to harvest them, as well as recipes to prepare our catch. We'll also forage for the native littleneck clam and prepare a delicious dish with our bounty as well. You'll go home with your limit of littlenecks. Meet at Dosewallips State Park picnic shelter, north of Dosewallips River. Plan to get wet.

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131814-01
Geoducks & Littlenecks
06/15/2018 -06/15/2018
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
F
contact enrollee
$135.00
Coed
Waitlist

Circumnavigation of Bainbridge Island - 131850

Circumnavigation of Bainbridge Island
Age 10 to adult. Join Naturalist George Gerdts aboard the "Admiral Pete" as he narrates a fascinating wildlife tour around Bainbridge Island. Expect to see three species of Cormorants, an array of sea ducks, rocky-shore sandpipers, Bald Eagles, marine mammals, and fabulous views of the Bainbridge Island shoreline. This trip fills quickly, so sign up early. Snacks and soft drinks provided. Bring binoculars and cameras. A parent/guardian must accompany minors on trip.


Boat leaves promptly at 10:00am

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131850-01
Circumnavigation of Bainbridge Island
03/24/2018 -03/24/2018
9:45 am - 2:00 pm
Sa
contact enrollee
10-99 years
$85.00
Coed
Available

Protection Island Sunset Birding Cruise - 131851

Protection Island Sunset Birding Cruise
Ages 10-99. Join renowned birder George Gerdts for an exciting sunset cruise to Protection Island, a 400-acre National Wildlife Refuge off of Discovery Bay. Over 70% of the marine birds which nest in Puget Sound make Protection Island their breeding ground. Tufted puffins and marine mammals are usually seen. Meet at Port Townsend Dock at 5:15 pm. Boat leaves promptly at 5:30pm.

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131851-01
Protection Island Sunset Birding Cruise
06/17/2018 -06/17/2018
5:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Su
Port Townsend Dock
10 and up
$85.00
Coed
Unavailable

Local Guided Birding - 131852

Bainbridge Island Birding
Island Birder, George Gerdts, leads a series of guided small-group birding trips on Bainbridge Island that focus on finding and identifying birds and their various habitats. Birding locations on Bainbridge will be determined based on the season, weather, and migration patterns. Dress in appropriate layers and bring a pair of binoculars.

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131852-01
Late Winter Birds
03/21/2018 -03/21/2018
7:30 am -11:30 am
W
contact enrollee
10 and up
$45.00
Coed
Available
131852-02
Early Spring Birds
04/18/2018 -04/18/2018
7:00 am -11:00 am
W
contact enrollee
10 and up
$45.00
Coed
Available
131852-03
Spring Migration
05/09/2018 -05/09/2018
6:30 am -11:00 am
W
contact enrollee
10 and up
$50.00
Coed
Available
131852-04
Point No Point
05/25/2018 -05/25/2018
6:00 am -12:00 pm
F
contact enrollee
10 and up
$55.00
Coed
Available

Denizens of the Dark: Owl Class - 131854

Denizens of the Dark: Owl Class
Age 10-99. Join naturalist George Gerdts for an in-depth look at the six species of owls that have been recorded on Bainbridge Island (western screech-owl, great horned owl, northern pygmy-owl, barred owl, short-eared owl, and northern saw-whet owl). This is a wonderful class to take in preparation for the field trip ("Owl Prowl") that is scheduled for early Sunday morning, January 21.

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131854-01
Denizens of the Dark: Owl Class
01/17/2018 -01/17/2018
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
W
Strawberry Hill Park
10 and up
$40.00
Coed
Unavailable

Youth Fly Fishing Expo - 131867

Youth Fly Fishing Expo
Ages 6-17. Join Trout Unlimited, Bainbridge Island Fly Fishing Club, and Peninsula Outfitters for a great day of learning how to fly fish for trout at Battle Point Pond. Featuring hands-on instruction, casting clinics, fly tying, catch & release techniques, cool door prizes, and local information about where to fish, this is a terrific family event. Rods, reels, and flies are available to borrow for free. Parents welcome to attend for free and/or help instruct their kids.

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131867-01
Youth Fly Fishing Expo
05/20/2018 -05/20/2018
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Su
Battle Point Park
6-17 years
$15.00
Coed
Available

Nature Nuts - 131880

Nature Nuts - After School Program
Grades K-2. “There's no such thing as bad weather, only inadequate clothing.” Pile on some warm layers and rain-gear and have your child join us as we explore the world through adventurous outdoor play, science-based discoveries, and guided field investigations. Nature Nuts parents love knowing their kids are engaged in meaningful interactions with nature to support whole child development while creating memories, building a foundation for stewardship and love for the natural world. Kids are transported from the Ordway bus hub in our 10-passenger van to beaches, forests, and wetlands on Bainbridge and in North Kitsap. Nature Nuts is a program of the nonprofit organization, Peacock Family Services. Parents pick up from Prue's House at Hilltop Park.

Art & Earth
Harnessing the transformative power of the arts, we are excited to explore the natural world! From drawing to dancing, singing to sculpting, and beyond, join us as we utilize the arts to learn more about the earth.

Wilderness First Aid
In this session, we’re diving into basic first aid concepts and building skills to practice self-care in wilderness settings, guided by a certified wilderness first responder!

Going Green
What is compost? What things go into a healthy garden? What does agriculture have to do with our food? These are just some of the questions we will explore as we investigate what it means to go green.

Foraging & Foods
Wild animals constantly have to forage for their food. We are stepping into their shoes as we discover local edible plants, their effects on our bodies, and how to prepare delicious snacks from the land!

Flora & Fauna
Join us as we celebrate the end of spring by following the flowering flora, fawning over fauna, and connecting with the adaptations that flora and fauna use to thrive in changing seasons.
*No programs on 1/15, 2/19-2/23, 4/2-4/6, 5/28, 6/21-6/22


*No programs on 1/15, 2/19-2/23, 4/2-4/6, 5/28, 6/21-6/22

  Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Class Details Loc Detail Wishlist Genders Social Media Status
131880-01
Art & Earth
12:50 pm - 5:45 pm
M
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$155.00
Coed
Full
131880-02
Art & Earth
01/16/2018 -02/06/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
Tu
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-05
Art & Earth
01/19/2018 -02/09/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
F
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-06
Wilderness First Aid
02/12/2018 -03/12/2018
12:50 pm - 5:45 pm
M
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$160.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-07
Wilderness First Aid
02/13/2018 -03/13/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
Tu
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-08
Wilderness First Aid
02/14/2018 -03/14/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
W
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-09
Wilderness First Aid
02/15/2018 -03/15/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
Th
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-10
Wilderness First Aid
02/16/2018 -03/16/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
F
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Unavailable
131880-11
Going Green
03/19/2018 -04/16/2018
12:50 pm - 5:45 pm
M
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$160.00
Coed
Available
131880-12
Going Green
03/20/2018 -04/17/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
Tu
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Available
131880-13
Going Green
03/21/2018 -04/18/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
W
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Available
131880-14
Going Green
03/22/2018 -04/19/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
Th
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Available
131880-15
Going Green
03/23/2018 -04/20/2018
2:20 pm - 5:45 pm
F
Hilltop Park
5-8.99 years
$140.00
Coed
Available

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