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Rescheduled from August 15th!

Join Ted Elliman for a walk along the trails at the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Concord, September 13, 8-10 AM. We will focus on the wildflowers that are blooming in the site’s marshes, floodplains, and meadows. These wetland habitats support a tremendous diversity of plants, many of which are in spectacular bloom in summer. We will meet in the parking lot. Bring water and a hat. Note: there is an entrance fee.

For many years Ted Elliman worked as a botanist for Native Plant Trust (formerly known as the New England Wild Flower Society). Now retired, he continues to teach botany and ecology classes for Native Plant Trust and other conservation organizations and botanical gardens in New England.

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We hope to see you out birding soon!


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Birding 101 | Conservation Series | Limited Mobility | Pelagic | Meeting