Sun, Jun 09 | Clark Reservation State Park

Tree Facts and Basic Identification

Every tree tells a story! Learn about the many ways to identify trees and how they grow to tell a story.
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Tree Facts and Basic Identification

Time & Location

Jun 09, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Clark Reservation State Park, 6105 E Seneca Turnpike, Jamesville, NY 13078, USA

About The Event

Tree Facts and Basic Identification

Every tree tells a story!

Learn about the many ways to identify trees and how they grow to tell a story.

Join naturalist Cameron Aloi on an easy walk for all ages through the trails at Clark Reservation to learn some tips and tricks to identify some common trees we see around us every day. We’ll take a look at both young and mature trees, and practice identifying trees along our walk. Discover the stories the tree can tell us about growing in the park as we take a closer look at the forest around us.

If you have a tree ID book, feel free to bring it!

Meet at the Nature Center.

This program is free with park admission.

The Hike portion of this program is weather dependent.

Wear suitable clothing and footwear.

Water bottle and bug spray are recommended.

Registration is Closed

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