Join Tate Bushell, the Pound Ridge Land Conservancy’s Land Steward/Educator, on this family-friendly, educational walk through one of our most popular preserves: The Halle Ravine Preserve. Tate will interpret the winter landscape and provide stories about the Halle Preserve’s plants and animal life – listen to the winter chatter of songbirds as they forage from tree to tree; see a stream wind its way through a deep ravine full of majestic hemlock trees; see evidence of animals as they cope with the difficulties of winter. Dress appropriately, no experience necessary.10am-noon. Free.
Where: The Halle Ravine Preserve located on Trinity Pass Road, next to the intersection of Trinity Pass and Donbrook Road. The preserve entrance is marked by a white wooden gate.
Date: Saturday, January 19th.
When: 10:00am-noon. *Feel free to stay for only part of the hike.
For more information please visit www.PRLC.net
About the Pound Ridge Land Conservancy (PRLC)The PRLC is a Pound Ridge-based not-for-profit organization with the mission of protecting open space in town. Since the 1970′s the PRLC has protected over 350 acres across 17 preserves in Pound Ridge. Seven preserves have beautiful trail systems and are open to the public. For more information, please visit prlc.net. We are currently recruiting volunteers for various winter and spring projects.