At three:30 pm Sunday, Oct. 13, the general public is invited to a guided stroll on mowed trails to take pleasure in the great thing about the altering leaf colours. The chosen trails are by means of primarily wooded areas and have been chosen as a result of many maple timber there. Guests can take pleasure in areas of the protect not often visited throughout spring and summer time wildflower walks. Resulting from latest rains, some damp areas will probably be encountered on some trails.
As an added bonus, milkweeds are actually scattering their seeds and pods will probably be obtainable to anybody wishing to plant some for subsequent 12 months’s monarch butterflies.
This occasion is co-sponsored by Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy and is free and open to the general public. McLean Nature protect is situated at 2199 N. Flajole Street. (a couple of quarter mile north of Erickson Street) in northwestern Bay County.
For instructions and extra info, name Jim McLean at 989-631-3067 in Midland.