Events

I invite you to join me at upcoming activities:

Calendar of Themed Wildflower Walks for 2019

Each 2-hour walk (rain or shine) will begin at 5:30pm, except for March 1 and July 12 as noted below.  For more information about a particular walk, please click on the date listed below.

Date/Time                 Location                                           Theme

March 1 @ 9am        Fox Preserve                                    Invasive Species

March 27                   100 Acre Wood                                Woodland Wildflowers

April 9                         Shenantaha Creek Park                 Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers

April 11                       Steinmetz Woods                           Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers

April 16                       Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve           Woodland Wildflowers

April 23                       Shenantaha Creek Park                 Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers

April 24                       100 Acre Wood                               Woodland Wildflowers

April 25                       Steinmetz Woods                            Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers

May 7                         Shenantaha Creek Park                  Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers

May 9                         Steinmetz Woods                            Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers

May 21                       Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve            Woodland Wildflowers

May 22                       100 Acre Wood                               Woodland Wildflowers

June 18                      Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve            Woodland Wildflowers

June 26                      100 Acre Wood                               Woodland Wildflowers

July 12 @ 9am         Fox Preserve                                     Invasive Species

July 16                       Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve             Woodland Wildflowers

July 24                       100 Acre Wood                                Woodland Wildflowers

August 20                  Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve             Woodland Wildflowers

August 28                  100 Acre Wood                                Woodland Wildflowers

September 25           100 Acre Wood                                 Woodland Wildflowers

The wildflower walks at Steinmetz Woods and Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve are included in the Town of Clifton Park’s 2019 Spring and Summer Recreation Booklet; see page 16.


If you missed it, here are some of my past outings:

Invasive Species Walk – Fox Preserve

Invasive Species Walk – Vischer Ferry Nature and Historic Preserve

Wildflower Walks along Historic Champlain Canalway Trail – A Trek Through Two Towns:  Part 1    Part 2

Wildflower Walk along Shenantaha Creek Park Nature Trail

Ephemeral Spring Wildflower Walks – Steinmetz Woods

Wildflower Walks along Zim Smith Trail – A Trek Through Four Towns:  Segment #4(Town of Clifton Park)

Wildflower Walks along Zim Smith Trail – A Trek Through Four Towns:  Segment #3 (Town of Malta)

Wildflower Ramble (part of 4th annual open space celebration) – Vischer Ferry Nature and Historic Preserve, Town of Clifton Park

Wildflower Walks along Zim Smith Trail – A Trek Through Four Towns:  Segment #1 (Town of Halfmoon)

Fall Colors…from a Different Perspective, Ann Lee Pond Nature and Historic Preserve, Town of Colonie.

Canada Lily: Vischer Ferry Nature and Historic Preserve, Town of Clifton Park

Wildflower Ramble (part of 3rd Annual Open Space Day), Town of Clifton Park

Wildflower Walk and Slide Presentation, Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site

2nd Annual Open Space Day, Town of Clifton Park

1st Annual Open Space Day, Town of Clifton Park

Spring Wildflowers Presentation and Walk, Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library

 

 

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