Join us for a free, fun and fearless night walk at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park at 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 30. Find out how bats listen and owls fly during this ranger-led hike along the Lewis and Clark River. We will follow the Netul River Trail and end the first part of the hike near the Fort Clatsop replica, where we will warm ourselves with some hot cinnamon cider and a fire.

After the snack, it's back to the trail where we will finish where we started at Netul Landing. It's about a two mile walk roundtrip and the event will last two to three hours.

Park and meet at Netul Landing parking area, a mile south of the Fort Clatsop Visitor Center. Bring a flashlight and your own cider mug. Wear sturdy shoes or hiking boots and dress for all weather. All ages are welcome. Please, no dogs on this animal watch hike.

No reservations required. For more information, call the park at (503) 861-2471 ext. 220.

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