Outdoors

Researchers will talk about the health of South Fork salmon

Jamie Mitchell, Idaho Fish and Game, holds a chinook salmon just pulled from the South Fork of the Salmon River to have its eggs culled. Learn about South Fork salmon health at a talk Tuesday, March 20.
Jamie Mitchell, Idaho Fish and Game, holds a chinook salmon just pulled from the South Fork of the Salmon River to have its eggs culled. Learn about South Fork salmon health at a talk Tuesday, March 20. Idaho Statesman file

Wednesdays, March 21, 28

Bird Migration Mysteries Class

6 p.m. at Boise State University’s Riverfront Hall, 1910 W. University Drive. After an introduction to migration basics, learn the cutting-edge research and little-known facts related to migration that make this field of study so intriguing. $20 per week. eventbrite.com. Online and in-person attendance available. Questions: 208-426-2223.

Thursday-Saturday, March 15-17

Janss Pro-Am Classic

Three days of spring ski racing, socializing and parties in Sun Valley. Register at svsef.org/2018janssproam or email jody@svsef.org.

Tuesday, March 20

Idaho River Talks: Chinook Salmon, Arsenic and the South Fork of the Salmon River

6:30 p.m. at Idaho River Sports, 601 N. Whitewater Park Blvd., Boise. Caleb Zurstadt of the U.S. Forest Service and Austin Baldwin from the U.S. Geological Survey will discuss their research as it pertains to the South Fork of the Salmon River. Free. 208-343-7481.

Saturday, May 19

Cycle for Independence

Start times vary from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Riverglen Junior High, 6801 N. Gary Lane, Boise. Choose the 10-mile, 20-mile or metric century ride. Fundraiser for the Treasure Valley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind. Preregistration ends May 15. On-site registration will be available. cycleforindependence.org.

Birds of All Seasons

8:30 and 9:30 a.m. at Kathryn Albertson Park, 1001 Americana Blvd., Boise. Join Boise Parks and Recreation and the Golden Eagle Audubon Society for a free birding tour. Local bird enthusiasts will introduce participants to the joys of birding and highlight birds that can be found in Boise during spring. Tours last about an hour. Space is limited. Sign up at bit.ly/BPRCommEd.

Rattlesnake, Porcupine and Skunk Avoidance Training for Dogs

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park, 930 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Boise. Experienced dog handlers work one-on-one with each dog owner and their dog to trian the dog to avoid the sight, smell and sound of rattlesnakes, skunks and porcupines. Presented by the Idaho Chukar Foundation. $25-$70. Register at dogavoidancetraining.org.

Saturday, June 2

Rattlesnake, Porcupine and Skunk Avoidance Training for Dogs

8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Julia Davis Park, 700 S. Capitol Blvd., Boise. Experienced dog handlers work one-on-one with each dog owner and their dog to trian the dog to avoid the sight, smell and sound of rattlesnakes, skunks and porcupines. Presented by the Idaho Chukar Foundation. $25-$70. Register at dogavoidancetraining.org.

Saturday, June 9

Sawtooth Relay

Six-person teams complete a 62-mile running and walking relay, which begins in Stanley and finishes in Ketchum. 208-853-1221, sawtoothrelay.com.

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