Over the course of this three-part series, we'll explore three special habitats found in western Massachusetts: an old forest, a floodplain forest, and a bog. We'll discover some unique adaptations of carnivorous plants, find big, old trees in a historic sugarbush, and investigate the important functions of riparian wetlands. We'll also search for the wildlife that can be found in these natural communities. Join us for one, two, or all three programs in the series. The series will include Exploring Hawley Bog, Old Trees/Old Forest at William Cullen Bryant Homestead, and Floodplain Forest at Fannie Stebbins Wildlife Refuge. If you register for the series, you do not need to register for each individual program.
These programs will be conducted in accordance with current Municipal, State, and Mass Audubon Covid-19 protocols. The programs will take place entirely outdoors.
Dress for the weather including tick protection.
Refunds are only available upon request for participants who register for a series and withdraw from an individual session at least one week before the start of the session. . Please register for individual programs rather than the series if your plans are unsure and you may not be able to attend all of the sessions. If you register for the series, you do not need to register for individual sessions.