Winter Tree ID
Saunders Woods Preserve | Fri, February 22, 2019, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Trees can be tricky to ID in winter, when tell-tale leaves are long gone. But branches, bark, and other features provide clues for us to discover and appreciate. Lace up sturdy boots and join Preserve Manager Luke Hamilton on a leisurely-paced hike to learn about trees, and enjoy a winter woodland landscape.
Saunders Woods Preserve is a natural oasis for wildlife and community residents in the heart of the Main Line. The Bridlewild Trail passes through the preserve and connects to a wider system of paths that wind through the community. A walk here reveals a lively forest habitat as well as an open meadow that is home to a variety of bird species.
We’ll explore rocky, leaf-strewn trails with a small creek crossing.
Dress warmly for winter weather, and wear sturdy boots.
Please leave your four-legged friends at home.
Event is free. Registration required. Please complete and submit the secure, on-line registration form below to let us know you are coming, or call 610-353-5587 ext. 221.
Events may be cancelled due to inclement weather or low registration. In that case, we will make every effort to update our website and contact registrants. Note that we cannot offer refunds of paid registrations or ticket purchases, but rest assured that your donation will help us in our work to save open space, care for nature, and connect people to the outdoors.
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