Description Of This Tour
Twin Lakes historian, Coral Brown takes you on this fascinating tour that follows the water and the aquifer up into the watershed. See the relationship between surface and groundwater and view species at risk such as painted turtles and rare wildflowers. Hear about the unusual stand of large cedar trees and walk on some of the fur brigade trail as you learn of the history and the balance between water & life. Twin Lakes is at the end of the White Lake basin so there are many rare birds to see as well such as Blue Herons, American Goldfinches, Meadowlarks, Red-breasted Nuthatches, Lewis’s Woodpeckers, a loone family among others. The tour ends on a lovely viewing deck near a Bald Eagles Nest. You can chat and enjoy the aquifer water and snacks.