Saturday, April 1, 2023
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Advance Registration Required

In our region, March welcomes new colors and fragrances.  Leaf and flower buds have been swelling for weeks in preparation for the arrival of spring.  Plants are attracting pollinators with bright hues, distinctive patterns, and aromatic scents.  Trees and shrubs have swelling buds that will soon pop open with new leaves reaching out to meet the sun.  Join Lead Naturalist Ed Dominguez as we discover this new life of buds and blooms exploding all around us.

Guests should be prepared to walk up to 2.5 miles. Our course may take the group up hills and the condition of the paths will reflect relevant weather conditions. Please dress accordingly. 

This program is free and open to the public. To support Seward Park Audubon Center programs like this and more, please make a donation at checkout. Thank you!

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