Annual MVFN Autumn Field Trip
Sunday, October 16, 2011
This fall we will visit the Darling Spillway (9 km NE Clyde Forks), the valley of a glacial river highlighted by Dr. Keddy in his presentation at our 2011 Spring Gathering. Part of this area is an Area of Natural and Scientific Interest and contains the gorgeous turquoise Napier Lake with special shoreline plants, spectacular kettle ponds, and maple forest.
Please pre-register for this outing: Call Cathy at 613-257-3089 to confirm your participation.
Meeting time & location:
Car Pooling: East: Union Hall [intersection of County Rd. 16 (Wolf Grove Rd.) and County Rd. 9 (Tatlock Rd.)] for departure at 9:00 a.m. West: Hopetown General Store for departure by 9:30 a.m.
Bring: lunch, binoculars, notebook, hat, camera and dress for the weather
Note: If the weather is bad the event will be cancelled. Call Cathy before 8:30 a.m. on Sunday to confirm the status of this walk.