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Wild Tahoe Weekend at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center

Taylor Creek Visitor Center lookout at Mt. Tallac

Wild Tahoe Weekend at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center

Wild Tahoe Weekend is back for its 12th year at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center! The event is free to attend, and includes the Lake Tahoe Bird Festival (June 24) and the Native Species Festival (June 25). Join environmental groups and agencies in celebrating the flora and fauna of the Lake Tahoe Basin. Festivities include guided bird walks, presentations by wildlife experts, live music, kids crafts, games and more.

Location

Visitor Center Road, Hwy 89N
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150


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