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Future event (open Sat, Jun 20th)

The Jackson Bottom Walk.

Traditional Walk

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Osprey with young
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Killdeer protecting her nest
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Great Egrets
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Hillsboro, Oregon

Jackson Bottom Wildlife Preserve

Future event (not yet open)

Starting Sat, Jun 20th, 2020 for 1 day

Start times: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, finish by 4:00 pm

Special programs

Walking the USA A - Z

Long description

Start point is on the deck at the back of the Visitors Center.

Distance: 10K, Rating: 1B

Restrooms: Yes

Pets: No

Strollers: hard

Wheelchairs: NO


The walk which is entirely on the preserve will take you through the 635 acre Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve. The Preserve is a nationally recognized nature and urban green space dedicated to connecting water, wildlife and people. Located in the heart of Washington County, the Preserve is home to over 200 species of birds, mammals & amphibians and provides award winning education, passive recreation and research opportunities to more than 25,000 people each year. You will have a chance to view nesting great blue herons, nesting osprey, bald eagles and many other species.

Awards and fees: IVV Credit Only

Driving to the start

2600 SW Hillsboro Hwy, Hillsboro, Or Jackson Bottom: From Hwy 26 , take exit 57 (Glencoe Rd.). Head south and pass through downtown Hillsboro. Glencoe Rd becomes Hwy 219/ Hillsboro Hwy. The entrance is on the left 6 miles from Hwy 26, next to Clean Water Services.

Columbia River Volkssport Club

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