Guided Nature Tour – Wilson Road Trailhead
March 13 | 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Join RLOLM Naturalist Marianne Hudson for an educational foray into a forest in transition. Not quite winter, not quite spring, we will see signs of both seasons and note the changes that usher one out and the other in. March means buds, babies, and birdsong – and we will explore the trails to find evidence that Spring is creeping into our piece of paradise. This energetic hike will offer both learning and exercise. Appropriate for participants ages 5 – 105.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED! There is a $10 fee for this program.
Please contact our Naturalist at 256-496-2710 to inquire and to register.
We recommend that hikers have a moderate fitness level and are able to stand or walk for at least two hours. Walking pace will be relaxed with frequent stops. Comfortable, seasonally appropriate clothing and shoes are advised. Participants may also wish to bring bottled water, sunscreen, and insect repellent. Binoculars and cameras are welcome. Keep in mind, there are no bathrooms on the Forest Trails.