The Friends of Laurier Woods is excited to offer for a 2nd year themed interpretive hike through the Laurier Woods Conservation Area each month from June through December.
The Friends have lined up a full range of environmental experts who will lead the walks and provide hikers with bountiful observations and information specific to their expertise.
The two-hour walks will be held the first Saturday of each month beginning at 10:00am from the Conservation Area parking lot at the end of Brule Street (* exception being September which will be held from 6:30-8:00pm). The interpretive hikes will be of interest to a full range of ages and abilities, and are free–of-charge. Hikers are reminded to wear appropriate footwear.
Saturday September 2nd * 10 am to noon * Brule St Parking lot
Join Riley Cormier and Julie Falsetti to learn about the wonderful world of insects, spiders, and butterflies. Make sure to bring your cameras to go home with some photos of your favourite finds.