May 24 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Journey through the spectacular stages of development for these short-lived woodland beauties. Identification and documentation of wildflowers will be the primary focus. Dress for weather and ground conditions. Participants are welcome to attend this free activity with no registration required. Monitoring generally lasts approximately 1 ½ hours or more and is recommended for participants 12 years and up.
This hands-on, in-the-field approach to monitoring environmental changes and assisting with habitat restoration gives participants a wide range of physical and mental activities to participate in. Please direct questions and your interest to the Natural Resource Assistant at