Saturdays, May 1 & 8
Every spring our forests are graced with some of their most beautiful, delicate, and colorful inhabitants. The presence of these little flowers only lasts for a short time before their seeds are planted and they disappear until the next year. This unique life cycle represents a niche in the forest ecosystem. Join naturalist Tess Stahler for this two-part workshop to learn how these tiny creatures gain the upper hand, discover the inner workings of flowers, and get to know the species we have on our property at Schlitz Audubon. We’ll learn about the different features we can use to identify each plant and the adaptations that these features represent.
This program will take place entirely outdoors. We will practice social distancing when we are able to, but because of the nature of small-group programming, it will not always be possible. For the health and safety of all, participants must wear a mask when you are within six feet of others. Please do not attend if you are sick or believe you have been exposed to the virus. See our latest COVID-19 updates here.
Members: $40 | Non-Members: $50