Patuxent Research Refuge: Wildflower Walk

  • 04/30/2011
  • 1:00 PM - 2:29 PM
  • Patuxent Research Refuge North Tract
Come and search for signs of wildflowers on the refuge. Learn why these springtime blooms are so important in the refuge ecosystem. Remember to dress for the weather. Field guides are recommended. All ages welcome.

Sponsoring Organization: US Fish & Wildlife Service

Leader: Bill Harms

Directions: This walk will be at the North Tract, located on Rt. 198 between the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and Rt. 32. If you are heading east on Rt. 198, turn right onto Bald Eagle Drive (at the ball fields) and travel 1 mile to the North Tract Visitor Contact Station.

Reservations: REQUIRED. Call USFWS at 301-497-5887. No registration through the MNPS website.

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