Blackbob Cave Woodland Hike on Private Land • Johnson County
Saturday, May 7th, 2011 @ 10-11:30am
Overland Park Arboretum • 8909 W. 179th St. • Overland Park, KS • Map
Lead by Shirley Braunlich, this walk is a unique opportunity to visit a historically significant limestone cave and a large natural spring. The site was important to the Blackbob band of the Shawnee Indians during their time in Kansas. We will see some spring ephemerals among the maturing oak-hickory woodlot. We will carpool from the Overland Park Arboretum parking lot. Meet at the northwest corner of the parking lot at 9:30am.
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Sponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
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