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Wildflower Walk – Botany & Birds at Centennial Marsh:

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Botany & Birds at Centennial Marsh led by botanist Carol Blackburn, birder Poo Wright Pulliam and naturalist Ann Christensen. View spectacular blue camas lilies and other marsh plants emerging from the flooded plain and learn about resident and migrant wetland birds. Bring binoculars, if you have them. We’ll also stop en route at the Bannock War historical site.

Destination: Camas Prairie and Centennial Marsh

Difficulty: Easy

Meeting Location & Time: Meet at 8:30 AM at Sawtooth Botanical Garden (Highway 75 and Gimlet Rd./4 miles south of Ketchum) or 9:30 AM at Timmerman Hill rest stop (blinking light, 9 miles south of Bellevue on Highway 75) or 10:15 AM at the Bannock War historical site west of Fairfield on Highway 20 (30 miles west of Timmerman junction).

Return Time: by 4:00 PM

Donations to the Sawtooth Botanical Garden are appreciated.

Please note, walks will happen rain or shine. Bring sturdy walking shoes, water, sunscreen, hat and lunch. Many walks will be family friendly for children age 7 years and older accompanied by an adult. Call if you have questions. But please leave Fido at home.