September 12, 2011

Monthly Great Meadows Walk - September

American lotus pod
Saturday, September 17, 9-11 am

A continuing series of monthly walks exploring the landscape, plants
and seasonal wonders of Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Concord

From the crescendo of bloom in August to the symphony of colors in October, September's landscape provides a bridge of subtler vistas and silky-seeded appointments.  Walk the dike trail and river edges in search of these transitory impressions of summer's merging into fall and become familiar with the seed capsules, late bloomers, glistening seed fluff, and mushrooms along the way.

Led by Cherrie Corey, local naturalist and photographer

No pre-registration required.  A $5/person voluntary donation
will be gratefully accepted.

Co-sponsored by Musketaquid Arts and Environment
and Friends of the Assabet River NWR


Meet at Great Meadows NWR in Concord, MA
(Monsen Road, off Rte. 62, driveway on left where road curves right)

For questions, email cherrie.corey@verizon.net or call 978-760-1933; for additional information and photo links, go to http://sense-of-place-concord.blogspot.com

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