Winter Tree ID Walk • Shawnee County
Saturday, Feb 21st, 2015 @ 1pm-3pm
Dornwood Park • Topeka, KS • Map
Learn to identify trees with only buds, twigs, and bark as clues. We will walk the many trails through the Oak-Hickory woods of Dornwood Park. Learn to identify multiple oak and hickory species as well as elm, ash, cherry, sycamore, paw paw, bladdernut, and others. Children are welcome and enjoy "scavenger hunting" in the woods. Last year we had great looks at a barred owl.
Dornwood Park is located off of SE 25th & California in Topeka. Take the California exit off of I-70 and go south to SE 25th. Take a left onto 25th and follow it until it dead ends at the parking lot of Dornwood Park. Contact Jeff if you plan to attend.
Contact: Jeff Hansen email@example.com 785.806.6917
Sponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
24 people attended the event.
An eager to learn group of 24 attended. We noted 33 species of trees, shrubs, and vines. Those attendance learned to identify trees by examining clues such as bark, twigs, sap, and tree form.
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