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A family of river otters hunt in this wetland regularly in the early morning hours, catching carp. Waterfowl can be seen in abundance year round. In winter look for Green-winged Teal, Common Merganser, Northern Shoveler, Great Blue Heron and Great Egret. Belted Kingfisher are frequent. In spring and summer watch for Green Heron, and watch Cliff, Barn, Violet-green and Tree Swallows feeding over the wetlands.

From Beaverton take Hwy 217 S to Exit 4A. At bottom of ramp turn R on Hall Blvd. Go 0.3 mi W and turn L on Nimbus Ave. Go 0.7 mi S. Turn R on Gemini Dr and follow to the fifth drive on the L. Access to the wetlands is along this drive, which skirts Fanno Creek behind businesses in the Creekside 7 complex. Transit: TriMet Bus 76 stops at Hall Blvd and SW Nimbus Dr.

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