The interpretive programs are brought to you by the Friends of Birch Bay State Park and BP Cherry Point Refinery.
Discover Pass or Day Use Pass is needed when parking at events.
On April 20, 2013 the Friends of Birch Bay State Park celebrated the official groundbreaking for the BP Heron Center for Environmental Education.
Interpretive Programs May 2013
May 18 & May 24, 2013 at 6:30pm
Whatcom County Amphibian Monitoring Project (WCAMP) is the host of this fabulous frog frivolity. Learn interesting facts about the collected data of amphibian species in Whatcom County, WA. Learn how to identify amphibians through all their life cycles. Fun for the whole family.
Hunter's of the Sky
May 25, 2013 at 7:00pm
Experience live birds of prey up close. Listen and watch as highly skilled volunteer trainers from Sardis Raptor Center show off up to 6 different winged hunters and provide insight into identification, anatomy of flight, raptor's role in the environment and much more.
May 17, 2013 at 6:00pm
Learn about salmon's integral role in the Puget Sound economy and ecosystem from the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association experts. This is an all-ages exploration of the salmon lifecycle and how NSEA works to improve salmon habitat along Terrell Creek.
Stream Side Walk
May 18, 2013 at 10:00am
Join the experts from Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association for a walk along Terrell Creek. This is an all-ages exploration to examine the health of the creek. Bring a sense of adventure and closed toed shoes.
"Hunter's of the Sky"-Sardis raptor trainer and his feathered friend.
Terrell Marsh Trail at Birch Bay State Park is full of wildlife this Spring! This is a wonderful hike for familes. Only a half mile walk. Interpretive signs will guide your way.
The trails are clear and ready for adventure.
Ted Morris-Park Ranger
Heather Jackson-Interpretive Coordinator
BP Heron Center for Environmental Education Groundbreaking