Saturday, March 9, 2019 - 9:30 AM-12 noon
Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
Description: Learning to identify trees without leaves can be fun and gives you a warm feeling of accomplishment on a winter's day. With leaves gone, the bark, twigs, and overall shape stand out and can make some identification easier.
The East Coast Greenway is a biking and walking trail connecting cities and natural areas along the East Coast. The portion of the ECGW in Baltimore's Druid Hill park runs between upland and floodplain portions of the Park's forested areas. Biking to the hike is encouraged, weather permitting.
Leader: Brett McMillan
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Limited to 20 people. Not limited to MNPS members.
Notes: Trail is paved but is steep in places. No water or facilities. BEGINNER LEVEL.
Bring: Weather-appropriate clothes, water, a notebook. RECOMMENDED: a magnifying glass, hand lens, jeweler's loupe, or a clip-on microscope for cell phones (usually 60x and $6.99-$15.99 online); a smartphone with iNaturalist App and/or the Virginia Tech TreeID App installed.
Cancellation Policy: Trip will go in light drizzle or light flurries, but will be cancelled for heavy rain, heavy snow, or ice.
Contact (for information, not to register): Brett McMillan, email@example.com
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
©Maryland Native Plant Society PO Box 4877, Silver Spring, MD 20914MNPS is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization incorporated in Maryland.