Join Beth Jackson, a Cuplet Fern Board Member and Environmental Program Supervisor for the Green PLACE Program in Orange County, in a walk at Savage Christmas Creek Preserve near Christmas. This property consists of 14 natural communities that hikers and equestrians can experience.
Natural communities include oak hammocks, pine flatwoods, and over 200 acres of forested wetlands habitat with water flowing into Christmas Creek and the St. Johns River. If you are quiet and looking for wildlife, you may see gopher tortoises, sandhill crane, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and many other species. Unique plant species of the Preserve are bear grass, cutthroat grass, pine lilies, spring lady tresses, gopher bells, and many more.
This field trip is free and open to the public. For information, call[masked]-7616.