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Fall Botany at Leonard Preserve

Fall Botany at Leonard Preserve

Saturday, September 28, 2019.  11:00 – 1:00

Trip Leader:  Neal Billetdeaux

The 259-acre Leonard Preserve is the largest natural area in the County's system of NAPP preserves.   Its diverse landscape includes rolling hills, oak-hickory woods, wetlands, sedge meadows and prairie remnants and nearly one mile of winding River Raisin shoreline.  See the attached link for a map and directions.   This trip will focus on fall trees and shrubs as well as some of the late goldenrods and asters.   Wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. These coordinates in your browser will take you there: 42.1513, -84.0503

You can also find directions at the link below:

Earlier Event: September 21
A visit to the Waterloo SRA "Glenn Fen"
Later Event: October 26
Fall Woodies at Nan Weston