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MNPS Field Trip: Wildflowers of Red Run, Baltimore County

  • 04/18/2010
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Owings Mills, MD
Identify spring wildlfowers, which includes wild azalea. The new Red Run Stream Valley Trail is within the closed section of Dolfield Rd at the intersection of Pleasant Hill Rd in Owings Mills Maryland. The hike is probably 1.5 miles each way, with parts paved and parts mulched trail. Some of the boardwalk may be built although the bridges across a Use III stream (breeding trout) are planned for the future.

Leader: Martha Stauss

Directions: From I-695 Baltimore Beltway, take the I-795 exit. Then take the first exit toward Owings Mills Blvd. The exit ramp splits; take the left split like going to Owings Mills Mall. At the second traffic signal, turn right on Lakeside Blvd. At end of Lakeside, turn right onto Dolfield Blvd. Park prior to the new bridge along Dolfield or one of the side streets. Walk down hill under the bridge to access the paved Owings Mills Trail. Turn right on the trail to go to Pleasant Hill Rd. Be careful crossing the intersection. Meet at the gate.

Contact: Martha Stauss, martha@greenandsticky.com to register.


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