Spring brings a flurry of activity as both migrant and resident birds engage in nesting, while meadows and forests burst with greenery, featuring a variety of edible and medicinal plants. Join ethnobiologist Justin Wexler on a springtime walk at Brandow Point, focusing on the medicinal properties of springtime plants and delving into local native bird folklore. Gain insights into the transformations in our bird life over the past five centuries.
Come prepared for the outdoors by dressing in layers suitable for the temperatures and wearing appropriate footwear for a 1-2 mile walk. Expect potentially muddy trails over hilly terrain.
Please be aware that the event is limited to 20 participants, and there is a cost of $10 (plus a $2.51 registration fee).