|Saturday, June 19|
9 to 11 a.m.
Fred Archibald Nature Sanctuary
A nature walk will lead us into
some of the more remote parts of the 140-acre sanctuary. We will cover
about three miles and see not only the open meadows but the mature
forest along Cherry Run, where giant Sycamores and Oaks provide nesting
places for Barred Owls, and Wild Turkeys forage for acorns. We will
also see part of the hundred acres which is owned by the Town of New
Market, adjoining the Sanctuary. Be prepared for a fairly brisk pace!
9 a.m. at the entrance to the sanctuary, which is on the east side of
Boyer's Mill Road, one mile north of Rte. 144 in New Market. Wear
sturdy shoes and clothing appropriate for the predicted weather. There
are no rest room facilities at the sanctuary, and the walk will be
cancelled in the event of inclement weather.
For more information
contact Bob Schaefer at 301-831-5660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thursday, June 24
7 - 9 pm
Audrey Carroll Nature Sanctuary
Become involved in improving and maintaining your local nature sanctuary. ASCM would like your help creating a trail from the pond west to a very large hackberry tree. This would involve finding a way through the woods, marking it with
surveyor tape, trimming branches or trees to clear the trail, and
perhaps laying our some logs beside the trail. Please bring loppers, saws, or clippers.
No experience necessary!
The Audrey Carroll Audubon Sanctuary is located at 13030 Old Annapolis Road, West
of the town of Mount Airy.
Approaching from the East, the Sanctuary entrance is just past Charles Drive, on the right.
From the West, the entrance is about 1/4 mile past Detrick Road, on the left.
There are no rest room facilities at the sanctuary, and the walk
will be cancelled in the event of severe weather. For more information please contact Bob Schaefer email@example.com
or by phone at 301-831-5660.
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