The walk featured an array of local wildlife and geology experts; the next one is scheduled for March 1

TIDINGS PHOTOS: VERN UYETAKE - Steven Murschel with the West Linn Parks Department talks to the crowd about the blue moon.The West Linn Beaver Ambassadors partnered with the Parks and Recreation Department Jan. 31 at Camassia Park to host the first in a series of "Full Moon Over West Linn" nature walks.

The walk featured an array of local wildlife and geology experts, including Elizabeth Materna of the Oregon State Office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, geology professor Scott Burns and Alina Blankenship of Perch Wildlife Education.

The next walk is scheduled for March 1 at Willamette Park.

Scott Burns, a geology professor at Portland State University, chats with Sue and Edward McHugh about the Camassia area. West Linn's Alina Blankenship talks about her barrel owl named Willow. Sindos and Laythe Searty of Lake Oswego try to see the moon rise.Elizabeth Materna with the United State Fish and Wildlife Department provides information on wolf populations.  Ryann Winkler of West Linn High School gives a tour of the student beaver dam project to Domonic Burden. The moon tries to peak out from behind the clouds.

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