Tuttle Creek Lake Wildflower Walk • Riley County
Saturday, Aug 20th, 2011 @ 1-3pm
Tuttle Creek Lake Visitorís Center • 5020 Tuttle Creek Blvd • Manhattan, KS • Map
Plan to be a part of the final summer wildflower walk at Tuttle Creek Lake, led by KNPS guides. This is an opportunity to see and learn about the late summer flowers of the Flint Hills such as: boneset, tall thistle; curly cup gumweed, liatris (gayfeather); several different species of sunflowers and also of goldenrods and native asters. Each participant will receive a free copy of A Pocket Guide to Kansas Flint Hills Wildflowers and Grasses to use during the hike and then take home. So we will know how many to expect for the outing, please preregister with UFM Community Learning Center 785(539-8763) or email@example.com. There is no registration fee.
Contact: Paul Weidhaas Paul.K.Weidhaas@usace.army.mil 785-539-8511
Sponsor: Tuttle Creek Lake
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For outdoor events we recommend bringing sturdy footwear, long pants, insect repellent, sunscreen, a hat and water!.
- KNPS sponsored/co-sponsored event