WILDFLOWER WALK Postponed to Oct. 15th

Posted on October 4, 2017

Originally scheduled for Sun., Oct. 8th, this walk will occur Sun., Oct. 15th

Spectacular Autumn wildflowers are busting out all over Montgomery.  Popular naturalists Mary and Charlie Leck will be showing us the splendid foliage and probably a little more in Hobler Park.

Charlie Leck is Professor Emeritus of Rutgers University where he taught Ornithology, Ecology, and Natural History courses for 30 years.  A naturalist with many interests, he has been a birder since boy scout days.  His research interests included behavior of neo-tropical migrants.

Mary is a botanist who’s been interested in wetland seed ecology and soil seed banks beginning in 1976.  The focus of her studies is the tidal freshwater wetland along Crosswicks Creek.  While at Rider University, Mary taught botany courses including Modern Plant Biology, Field Natural History, and Marine Botany; she is currently Emeritus Professor of Biology.

A free 1st Sunday in the Park event sponsored by Montgomery Friends of Open Space. For more information, go to www.montgomeryfriends.org

 

Hobler Park, Blawenburg, NJ

From Route 518 (Georgetown-Franklin Turnpike), turn onto Great Road.  Entrance will be on the left across from Country Club Drive.

Explore more:

Hobler – A Work of Art:

http://njconservation.org/html/01-03-10ClemFiori.html

http://njtrails.org/trail/hobler-park/

 

When?

Sunday,  Oct. 8th  2  p.m.

 

RSVP

None needed!  Just come.  Come early and view the artwork in residence. Bring a friend.

Source: Montgomery Friends of Open Space