Norman Bird Sanctuary's Spring Plant Walk

Posted by NormanBirdSanctuary

This family-friendly walk is a great way to celebrate spring! Join your naturalist guide on a botanical search for blooming flowers and other plants waking up from winter along the trails. You will learn about basic plant identification techniques, common native and invasive plants of Rhode Island and even look for wild edibles.

Recommended for ages 6 and up

Rain date: Saturday, May 26th

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