Tree Identification Walks (Part 2 of 2)
Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 6 p.m.
Center at Glastonbury, 1361 Main Street 06033
In Part 1, we took an evening stroll through beautiful Earle Park, where Master Naturalist Jesse Gillis guided us through the tree identification process. We learned about the characteristics of trees and shrubs, their interactive roles in the environment, and how we can become involved in their conservation.
In Part 2, we will deepen our understanding of tree identification through aspects that can’t be observed directly: tree migration, evolution, naturalization, and anatomy. Indoor presentation followed by a guided walk through Earle Park.
Dress for the weather and insects. Bring your favorite tree identification book, water bottle, walking stick, camera, and curiosity!
Connecticut Audubon members $5, non-members $8.
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