Date(s) - 04/11/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Walk with a Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy naturalist at Ball’s Bluff Park to see the forest as it reemerges from its winter sleep. Ball’s Bluff covers numerous microhabitats—riparian, oak-beech, oak-hickory, flood plain—each of which is home to its own distinct plant and animal communities that will be explored. This will be part of a series that explores the forest on its cycle through the seasons. We’ll track the progression from flower to leaf to fruit, observe the succession of understory plant growth, and watch the forest’s denizens as they go about their daily lives … if they let us.
Limit: 15 adults. Registration required. Sign up here.
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