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Busy beavers and fantastic fish on Williams Creek interpretive walk

Join in on an adventure along Williams Creek where you will see a real, live beaver dam, as well as talk about fish in the creek and the macro-invertebrates that they eat.

This walk will take place Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 9-11 a.m.

Be prepared to hike through willows and brush off trail and possibly get your boots muddy. Wear walking shoes/boots, a hat, and bring sunscreen and drinking water. Long pants and bug spray are a must.

To get there, drive north on Piedra Road (CR 600) to FR 631 for about 20 miles to the Bridge Campground. Park off to the side of campground entrance (do not block gate). Carpooling is suggested as there is limited parking space. Please leave your furry friends at home.

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