Take a Hike @ Black Pond Woods

Thursday, June 14 | 7:00-8:30 p.m. | 1831 Traver Road | All Ages

Meet at the Project Grow Garden of the Leslie Science and Nature Center, 1831 Traver Road and join a naturalist from Natural Area Preservation (City of Ann Arbor) on a nature walk. Learn about native plants and trees, ecological restoration, and responsible use of public lands, as well as volunteer activities in Ann Arbor Parks.

Black Pond Woods is named for a small, vernal pond whose basin was carved by receding glaciers. Tannins and humic acids from leaf litter cause the water color to be dark brown, thus giving rise to the name “Black Pond.” This pond provides favorable conditions for frogs and salamanders. The land around the pond includes an oak-hickory forest, a savanna, and a wet meadow.

Join us on a nature walk full of fascinating things to see. Prepare for a potentially “buggy” evening as mosquitoes are likely to be out in full force.

Comments

How do I register for this class?


Helen,
There is no registration for this nature walk. Just come a bit ahead of 7:00 p.m. and dress comfortably. Sturdy shoes are recommended as we'll be going up and down hills. See you there!


Can't wait!


I really like visiting ponds-they are so full of life!


yea they are great. i went to black pond last month. its fun watching the frogs.