Learn about the food web within the pond at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge during a guided walk Sunday.
During the hour-long “Nisqually Deli: The Pond Menu,” participants will learn about the special adaptations creatures have developed, and how they connect on the food web within the pond environment.
The walk is part of the weekend guided walk series that continues through the end of the month.
Sunday’s program will begin at 10 a.m., and participants should meet at the Norm Dicks Visitor Center pond overlook.
The program is free, but there is a $3 fee (good for up to four adults) to enter the refuge.
The refuge is at 100 Brown Farm Road NE, Olympia, just off Interstate 5 at Exit 114. For more information about the refuge and other walks, go to fws.gov/refuge/nisqually.