Walks & Workshops
Saturday, May 4, 1-3pm, “Trees Are Terrific!”
Families are invited on this spring discovery walk with nature guide, Tom Bettman. Use hand lenses and binoculars, to see who lives in and on the trees. Explore the amazing things trees can do. Climb on a downed log and hug your favorite tree!
Fee $5, Kids under 12 & members free.
Tuesday, May 7, 10am-Noon, “Spring Wildflowers”
Join Gail Baker, LCC professor emeritus, on a spring walk and learn to identify our native wildflowers. We may even meet some of their pollinators! Gentle trails will pass through forests, wetlands, meadows, and riparian habitats.
Fee $5, members free. Meet in front of the Visitor’s Center.
Saturday, May 18, 8:30-11:30am, “Audubon Spring Bird Walk”
Led by Vjera Thompson, Audubon Christmas bird count leader for the past 4 years. We look forward to seeing many bird species and hearing their lovely songs, as we stroll the paths along the wildflower-filled meadows of Mount Pisgah Arboretum.
Meet in front of the Visitor’s Center.
Saturday, June 1, 8:00-10:30am, “Spring Bird Walk”
Led by Arboretum Nature Guides, Jill Schwab & Chris Roth. A perfect walk for beginner and intermediate level birders. Come explore the diverse bird life at the Arboretum as we look for breeding behaviors, listen for distinctive vocalizations, and talk about how to use behavior and habitat clues to help identify our feathered friends.
Fee $5, members and children under 12 free.
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