On September 27, 2017, the Natural History Society walked along the far west end of the Larry Scott Trail.
We hiked 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 stopped 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.
We suggested bringing water, layers of clothing, hiking shoes, binoculars, and field guides. Michele at JLTnatural@saveland.org was the contact for location and details.