Fall Foliage Walk at the College Lodge Forest
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About the Event
Fiery red and vibrant yellow leaves. Squirrels with a mouthful of nuts, bouncing away. There’s no denying fall foliage’s beauty. Come look at the trees in a new light with the Land Conservancy at the College Lodge Forest, in Fredonia, NY. You’ll learn about leaf pigmentation and identification from esteemed ecologist and Stella Preserve Manager Priscilla Titus. Bring your camera (or phone) and get ready to capture autumn’s colors with us. The group should meet at the College Lodge parking lot.
To ensure the safety of participants, this event is limited to 10 registrants. In addition, we request that you wear a mask at all times during the event; if you exhibit any signs of illness prior to the event, or if you've been in contact with anyone who tested positive for coronavirus, please stay home.
About your guide:
Priscilla earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Augusta State University and began her career at the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. She is passionate about native plants in restoration projects and can always be found collecting native seeds.