Wildflower walk at Kala Point Beach and Lagoon

Indian PaintbrushJoin the Natural History Society at 1:00 pm on Monday, May 4 for an exploration of spring wildflowers at Kala Point.

Naturalists Dana Ecelberger and Coca Sanchez will first lead us through the wetter lagoon environment where we will see False Solomon’s -seal, False lily-of-the-alley, Fringecup, Foamflower, Trillium, ferns and other plants; then we will move on to the drier beach environment where we will see Sea blush, Sea-pink, small Blue-eyed Mary, Field chickweed, Harsh paintbrush, Chocolate lilies, Larkspur and many other flowers. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis will be a short walk of about three miles, but there are slight elevation changes, and the lagoon trail is wet and muddy in places. If you’d like to sign up for this walk, and for information about the meeting place and parking passes, please contact Pat at jltnatural@saveland.org