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A Walk to the Slough and the Confluence
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Columbia Bottom Conservation Area
801 Strodtman Rd.
Saint Louis, MO 63138
(314) 877-6019
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(All ages) What is a slough? A slough is an old part of a river or wetland that has been cut off. At times it is full to the brim with water; at other times it is just muddy or totally dry. It is the home territory of frogs, toads, turtles and even beavers. At times the slough at Columbia Bottom joins both the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. We will look for turtles and listen for amphibian calls at the slough as we make our way to the confluence. On our return we will watch the sunset from the Cropland Overlook. Meet at lot ā€œLā€ about 4 ½ miles from the front entrance. Please bring a flashlight and a walking stick if you have one. We will be wearing masks and following social distancing guidelines as appropriate. Sunset: 8:29 pm REBECCA A RODRIGUEZ

Cancellation Policies:

You must cancel your registration before Saturday, June 26, 2021.

Age Policy:

This event is open to all ages.