Walk in Scio Woods Preserve this Saturday 11Apr!

Join us! The wildflowers should be out!

WALK: Saturday April 11, 1 – 5 pm, Scio Woods Preserve; 4000 Scio Church, Ann Arbor, there is a sign and off-road parking. Host: Kit Howard.

We’ll be experimenting again with sharing the walk via Zoom so feel free to log into the session: https://zoom.us/j/5944709556 . Either join with computer audio, or call in +1 929 436 2866; Meeting ID: 594 470 9556. Please be forgiving - this is very much a work in progress!

COVID-19 ACCOMMODATIONS: we will practice responsible social distancing, everyone is requested to wear a mask (at least until we are separated on the trail), and bring your own water, snacks, and wipes. Please also bring a garbage bag so we can pick up and port out any trash we find.

Scio Woods Preserve: entirely wooded with many large trees, first-order streams and riparian wetlands. The blooms of native spring wildflowers are among the most diverse and impressive in the Ann Arbor area. Varying types of woodlands—oak and hickory trees are found in locations with drier soils and the wetter woods are dominated by sugar maple and beech trees. A wetland system is located in the eastern portion of the preserve where you will find a buttonbush swamp and wetland plants such as pawpaw trees, spicebush, and bladdernut. The wooded habitat is home to some uncommon birds including barred owls and pileated woodpeckers. Find more here

Anotado por kitkestrel kitkestrel, jueves, 09 de abril de 2020 a las 04:43 AM


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