Saturday, May 26, 2018 10 AM-12:30 PM
Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
Join us for a walk along the Buck Lodge Loop trail through the scenic forest of mountain laurels, chestnut oaks, black gums and berries (Vaccinium, Rubus, Ilex, Lyonia, Photinia, etc.). This is our chance to catch an entire forest of mountain laurels in full bloom, some of the largest mountain laurels known in Prince George's County. Each plant we identify will be documented to add to the growing list of the flora of Buck Lodge.
Leaders: Marney Bruce and Michael Ellis
Notes: There are no bathrooms at this location, but the walking is gentle and suitable for all ages. We will meet in the parking lot and will be staying mainly on the paved trails. Trails are mapped on Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/HbUNcS4mcNR2
Bring: Water, snacks, sturdy walking shoes. Optional: binoculars, hand lens, cameras, field guides, small notebook or free iNaturalist smartphone app to document species.
Cancellation Policy: Light drizzle is fine but trip will be canceled in the event of heavy rain or thunderstorms.
Contact: (for additional information; not to register): Marney Bruce, firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
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