Join the Natural History Society for a walk along the far west end of the Larry Scott Trail on Wednesday, September 27, meeting at 9:00 am
and returning by noon.
We’ll hike along this newest section of the Larry Scott Trail rarely explored. One part feels like you’re in a treehouse looking down at a pond.
We’ll stop to notice birds, trees, shrubs, insects, mushrooms, and many signs of autumn. A couple of years ago an enormous hornet nest graced the limb of a spindly tree in this area.
Bring water, layers of clothing, hiking shoes, binoculars, and field guides, if you
have them. RSVP to Michele at JLTnatural@saveland.org for location and