Most of you knows my friend Tweedles and how she is always taking care of the forest. Well this post was inspired by her!
I lives in a very similar environment to Tweedles and her forest amd I thought it would be really funs to show all my friends the forest up heres in Canada's West Coast.
So... quite a few months ago Mum tooks me on my own "Tweedles" adventure.
|Anytime of year is a time to experience nature!|
I wents to a Fish Hatchery and also walked the Coho Loop Forest Walk...
Here is my adventure
|Hang on gotta waits for Mum to takes some photos...|
|One of Mum's first photos... the big moss covered tree|
|Ok let's move onward... follow me|
|Ok down we go... keep up there is lots of stairs|
|Now we are at the bottom, let's go|
|waits look at this... fungus on the tree|
|Stop heres... looks a huge hole in the cliff side shows layers of different soil!|
|Moss growing on stones. Mum luved this!|
|trees grow everywheres, even on the side of the cliff!|
|Remember to looks up too! There is lots to see up aboves|
|This is the Capilano River and there is fish in theres, lots of fish!|
|Ok let's rest heres a minute... shhh, listen hears that? Listen to the nature.|
|One more looks at the river, now onto the hatchery|
|Follow me... almost theres|
|Oh hold ons... need a drink, take one BUT don't disturb anything, careful with nature!|
|Tah Dah... we are heres, ok let's go see some fish|
|OMP looks... see the salmon? It is jumping. Looks closely at the center of photo|
|Whoa salmon are big fish!|
|This place is super educationals!|
|Can you see the baby salmon in the waters?|
|Oh looks the sigh says the pools are the "juvenile rearing area". No wonder there is so many baby salmon!|
|hold ons, I just want to check outs the forest. Can you see me? I am taking a minute to enjoy the forest.|
|New life takes root on the old. Looks at this tree growing on an old dead one!|
|Well looks like we are at the end of the path! Thank you fors joining me!|
I sure thinks that Tweedles would luvs this walk, don't you?
My favourite thing abouts the forest is the ways the moss grows and hangs on the trees. Did you see that in my photos?
What was your favourite thing?
Oh one last note - Please remember one very important thing about exploring nature...
always walk softly and disturb nothings!