Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
Description: Participants will walk through a variety of habitats including a forest, meadow and wetlands. Watch and possibly tag the monarch butterflies as they visit the meadow en route to Mexico for the winter. There will be time for a picnic at the pavilion/living classroom as we discuss plans for planting four raised demonstration beds. Participants will find it hard to believe the area was formerly a landfill. Working with students and local volunteers, Jeff Popp, the land restoration manager, has turned it into a wildlife refuge that you won't want to miss.
Outing will end around sunset.
Location: New Beginnings- The Woodlawn Wildlife Area, Port Deposit, Cecil County
Leader: Jeff Popp, Land Restoration Manager
Registration is required. Limited to 15.
Bring: Insect repellent, field guides and binoculars if you want, water, and a light picnic.
Cancellation Policy: Canceled if heavy rain and/or lightning. For light drizzle, to be determined by Jeff. Registered participants will be notified.
Contact: Tracy Ripani at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Directions: will be provided in confirmation email upon registration.
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