Join us on Wednesday, April 25th for a Get Out! Nature Walk - a volunteer-led, guided adventure at Knight's Pond Preserve in Cumberland, ME. We'll visit the vernal pool on Blueberry Hill and hope to see at least mosquito larvae! Meet at the dead end of Greely Road Extension. Please wear boots for mud. If you have binoculars, do bring them. We love dogs, but please don't bring yours on the nature walk because we hope to see wildlife.
Rain, Snow or Shine, Free
Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Curriculum: Vernal Pools, Ephemerals
Volunteer Leader: Karen Herold
Directions: Meet at the dead end of Greely Road Extension. Note: This is just down the road about 1/4 mile from the main Knight's Pond Preserve parking lot located at 477 Greely Road Extension.
These Get Out! Nature Walks are led by trained master naturalists and skilled volunteers. They occur on the fourth Wednesday of the month (unless indicated otherwise), rain, snow, or shine. Jointly offered by both CCLT and the Royal River Conservation Trust, the walks take place at preserves in the towns of Chebeague Island, Cumberland, Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, Pownal, New Gloucester, Durham, and anywhere else we decide to roam. Check out the RRCT Facebook or CCLT Facebook page or Email Us for specifics and updates.