After meeting and greeting at the Rafaill cottage (8983 Shawbacoung) we will head towards the Black Forest examining flora along Cobmoosa’s roadsides, the Black Forest woods, and talk about the changes that have occurred in these habitats over the past 20 years with the increase in deer, tree blights, and increased numbers of people. After passing through the forest we will continue on to the Stony Creek roadside and waterway before heading back. Our route will be a big loop of approximately 3 miles. Bring your binoculars along to better see local birds that make their homes in our roadsides, creeksides, and woods.
Mark your calendars: 10:00 AM, Thursday, July 19th; meet at 8983 Shawbacoung Trail. Questions? Please use the CONTACT form on this website.
The Nature “Committee”