Ozark Wildflower Outing
Friday, Apr 20th, 2012 to Saturday, Apr 21st, 2012 @ tba
TBA • Eminence, MO • Map
THIS EVENT IS FULL. NO MORE RESERVATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED. This is an opportunity to see some very special plants. In April the forest floor is carpeted with wildflowers. Bloodroot, yellow trout lily, blue hepatica, white toothwort, yellow bellwort, dutchman's breeches, Jack in the pulpit, and trilliums are common, but many others that we might find are more secretive and rare. Be prepared for some spectacular scenery.
The regular local outing to area glades is scheduled on April 21, but a specially scheduled walk lead by a Missouri Conservation Biologist will be on April 20. We will walk a mile or more, sometimes off trail on rough terrain. Travel and lodging are on your own.
Come join us! RSVP Iralee if you would like to attend. For more information and lodging suggestions contact Iralee Barnard.
Contact: Iralee Barnard firstname.lastname@example.org 785-949-2857
Sponsor: Missouri Department of Conservation
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What to Bring
For outdoor events we recommend bringing sturdy footwear, long pants, insect repellent, sunscreen, a hat and water!.
- KNPS sponsored/co-sponsored event