Tuesdays on the Trail: Water Ecology at Bloucher Ford
July 9 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Head outdoors on Tuesdays in June and July to discover our area’s unique biodiversity protected by Land Trust preserves. This summer, local experts will lead children on explorations of topics including archaeology, water ecology, animal tracks, tree identification, and more!
- Cost: FREE but only available for Land Trust members. Not a Land Trust Member? Join today!
- Reservations: Reservations are required. Space is limited. Please use the link provided below each program listing. Please register using parent/guardian’s information (name on your Land Trust membership) and select spots for the number of children only. Adults do not need to reserve a spot for themselves. Registered participants will receive an email with full details closer to the event. There are no waitlists for these events.
- Ages: 6-12 years. An accompanying adult is required for all programs.
- What to Bring: Closed toe shoes are required for all programs. We also recommend long pants, bug spray, sunscreen, and water.
July 9 at 9 AM – Water Ecology at Bloucher Ford
Director of Freshwater Programs for the Nature Conservancy in Alabama, Jason Throneberry, will be our guide on a walk along the banks of the Flint River as we learn about the many organisms that call this unique freshwater ecosystem home. Bring a blanket and sack lunch and stay for a picnic in the field.
Land Trust Members only. Ages 6+ with an accompanying adult.