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Eagle’s Pride Golf Course has many acres of undeveloped ponds, meadow, and conifer and deciduous forest, just one-half mile from the Nisqually River. Over 96 species of birds have been documented so far.
This trip will be from 1-3 miles long on relatively level ground, and explore coniferous/deciduous forests, ponds, and open area species.
No security passes are required. Trip starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. at the golf course driving range parking lot. End time varies.
Location: Exit 116 (Mounts Road), turn north, turn right into Eagle’s Pride Golf Course clubhouse parking area, go down ramp and make an immediate, hard left onto driving range access road (narrow road). Proceed to driving range parking area.
For questions, contact David Wienecke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-606-1398 (cell)