Two Wildflower Walks at the Mohonk Preserve

Early Spring Wildflowers

April 22, 2012

Sunday, 2-5pm. As the earth begins to warm, the forest reawakens with beauty. Join Barbara Petersen and Roger Roloff, experienced field botanists and Preserve Volunteers, and learn to identify coltsfoot, bloodroot, hepatica, spring beauties and more! Ages 15 and up are welcome. Children must always be accompanied by an adult. This program includes an easy, 3-mile hike. No dogs allowed at this program, except for service dogs. Space is limited; for reservations and program location call 845-255-0919. This is a free program.

May 19, 2012

Saturday, 2-5pm. Join Roger Roloff and Barbara Petersen, Mohonk Preserve Volunteers, for this forest and ridge hike to search for the colorful blooms of later spring such as Canada Mayflower, Solomon’s Seal, Yellow Violets, Crowfoots, White Baneberry, and Pink Ladyslippers. Ages 15 and up are welcome. Children must always be accompanied by an adult. This program includes a moderate, 4-mile hike. Space is limited; for reservations and program location call 845-255-0919. There is no fee for this program. Service dogs only, please.

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