Lacamas Heritage Trail - Expect honking during the morning commute.
Lately, a busy schedule and warmer weather, prompt early morning runs at Lacamas Heritage Trail. The 3.5 gravel based trail is located in east Clark County, actually Camas, WA. The path winds through the trees, and in some parts, borders Lacamas Creek and Lacamas Lake.
Lacamas Heritage Trail is popular with locals and ties in to another trail system, providing even more distance if the 7 mile round trip isn't enough for you. Tall trees provide a canopy of shade on much of the trail, and wildflowers bloom in the dappled sunlight below.
The trail is filled with the
sounds of birds - in the trees, and on the waterways. Often, you
can hear the honking of resident geese gliding across the lake.
Canada geese, or Branta
canadensis, are a common sight (and sound) in
Expect to hear Canada Geese honking at Lacamas Heritage Trail.
There are Two groups of Canada
geese in Washington—migrating geese and non-migrating geese. For a
goose to migrate, it must be taught the flight path by its parents.
Therefore, all following generations of nonmigratory Canada geese
will also be nonmigratory, or resident geese.
Populations of resident Canada
geese have dramatically increased over the past 25 years,
particularly in urban areas where there are few predators,
prohibitions on hunting, and a dependable year-round supply of food
and water. If you use the Lacamas Heritage Trail -
expect to hear honking during the morning
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