Friends of the Middlesex
Fells ReservationDedicated to the protection and harmonious use of the Fells
Join Claire O'Neill & Kathy McGlathery for a lovely Biodiversity walk in the Fells exploring how seasons pass and shape our plants and wildlife in our beautiful urban forest. We'll enjoy, observe and record the flora and fauna in various locations of the woods, starting from the Flynn Rink parking lot.
This is part of Earthwise Aware's biodiversity studies that collect data about the impact of climate change on the synchronicity of fauna and flora phenophases (i.e., observable stages or phases in the annual life cycle of a plant or animal that can be defined by a start and endpoint). This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.
Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors / Difficulty: Moderate
◇ What to Wear & Bring: Masks are mandatory. Although these will be slow-paced hikes, please dress appropriately and consider wearing long pants (for the possibility of ticks, poison ivy etc.) and sturdy hiking shoes. Bring water. Also, know that there is no bathroom in the forest.
ⓘ Details & Registration: Please note that space is strictly limited, and pre-registration will be required for all of our fall group events ⚠ no on-site registrations will be permitted. Register here today » Thanks!
✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at email@example.com
ⓘ EwA Citizen Science Programs » www.earthwiseaware.org/citizen-science/
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