Public invited to join guided tour of Camano Island natural sites

The Friends of Camano Island Parks invite any friends, neighbors and avid walkers to join them on a guided tour of Iverson Spit Preserve, Kristoferson Creek Habitat and English Boom Park on May 3.

Meet at Iverson Spit, 3 Iverson Road, Camano Island, at 9:50 a.m., for a 1-mile walk with views of Port Susan and a short visit to Kristofferson Creek.

Directions to the English Boom Park will be available at Iverson Spit. Trail booklets and maps will be available for $1.

The walk at English Boom Park is about a mile long on a marsh trail boardwalk along Skagit Bay.

Dogs are not allowed.

For directions to Iverson Spit and more about the Friends of Camano Island Parks, go to www.friendsofcamanoislandparks.org, call 360-387-0889 or e-mail focip.carolt@gmail.com.

Herald staff

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