How many insects can we find on an August evening along a recently-restored stream? As the day fades and temperatures cool, we will be checking patches of flowering goldenrod, other plants, and various microhabitats along Prickly Pear Land Trust’s Sevenmile Creek restoration site to see what insects are active and to try to gain some understanding of their relationships. Currently there is not a trail, so expect uneven but relatively level terrain. We may be crossing a plank bridge across the creek. Bring sturdy hiking shoes and your curiosity – binoculars and a magnifying glass are optional, but may be helpful as well.
For questions on this specific walk contact Shane Sater, [email protected].
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