Sun. Jun 5
Appx. 2 miles
The Seabury Wildwoods is a mostly oak forest with some evergreens and other hardwoods. It is rich in wildflowers and birdsong. April features Dwarf Ginseng, Spotted Wintergreen and Marsh Marigolds. May brings Violets, Maple Leaf Viburnum and Trout Lilies. By June we have Laurel, Carolina Rose, Wood Anemone and Indian Pipes. The feathered chorus includes three drummers, Red Bellied, Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers and if you are really lucky you will hear the Pileated.
Bette-Jane (BJ) Hardersen
Meeting Location Details
Seabury is on the East Side of Wintonbury Avenue, between School Street and the Chinese Baptist Church. Enter the main entrance, bear left and follow the main road to the “Cow”, at the “Top of the Hill parking lot”, there is a Gazebo over looking the meadow, we will meet there.
Click on the red map pin for the event address.
Leashed Dogs Permitted