Klamath Basin Chapter, 
Native Plant Society of Oregon

Botany of Upper Klamath Lake - led by Mel Schroeder

  • September 13, 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Williamson River Delta Area
Botany of Upper Klamath Lake, sponsored by the Klamath Basin Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Oregon is open to everyone. 

Supplies: It is recommended that you wear sturdy shoes or boots that can get wet.Muck boots or waders are recommended but not necessary. Bring sun screen and/or a hat, and be prepared for mosquitoes. You may also want to bring water and lunch or snacks on the trip.

Meeting Place: Meet at Henzel Park along Upper Klamath Lake.

Directions: To get to the park, take Highway 97 north about 15 miles, turn left onto Modoc Point Road and drive about 7 miles to the Park.  From there we will carpool to The Nature Conservancys Williamson River Delta Preserve and the Bureau of Land Managements Wood River Wetlands.

What to Expect: We will look at riparian, wet prairie, emergent, aquatic species, algae and their habitats and discuss wetland restoration.

Physical Requirements: There will be short/easy hikes to a couple of locations.  

Further Information: For information contact Mel Schroeder at pres@klamathbasinnps.com, or 541-273-0789 x4.


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