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MOSSES AND FOREST PLANTS IN THE SPENCER GORGE

  • Nov 10, 2012 · 10:00 AM

Sat., Nov 10, 2012, 10:00 a.m.
MOSSES AND FOREST PLANTS IN THE SPENCER GORGE
Come and join a leisurely hike up the Spencer Gorge to Webster’s Falls with Terry Carleton, our Conservation Director. Bring a hand lens to examine plants and a camera for macro photos. Sturdy waterproof footwear is essential due to possible wet and rough places. There is one tricky spot requiring a rope handhold, so this hike is NOT suitable for disabled walkers. The distance to the falls is approx 3km. You might like to bring a lunch. Currently the Conservation Authority has closed the steps leading to the top of the falls and so access to Webster’s Falls Park and parking lot is no longer possible. Dress warmly. Storm date is Sunday, the same time. As an ecologically sensitive area there is no specimen collecting Leader: Terry Carleton: [masked]

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