Tualatin Hills Nature Park
In the heart of Beaverton, Cedar Mill Creek spills into the westward flowing Beaverton Creek. Surrounding this confluence is the Tualatin Hills Nature Park, a remarkably diverse 222-acre wildlife preserve with wetlands, forests, and streams that are habitat insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. The Nature Park is a fascinating place to observe seasonal changes, such as the migration of rough-skinned newts to their breeding ponds or the waves of spring wildflowers or breeding birds. For hikers, joggers, birders and botanists of all ages, the mosaic of habitats within the park offers much to be discovered.
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