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February 11 @ 1:00 pm
Join naturalist Jake van Schilfgaarde on this Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy winter walk at JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary in Lucketts to discover and discuss how animals and plants adapt to the coldest months of the year. This will be a relatively easy, but wet, walk during which we will examine the trees, plants, animal sign, and insects we find along the trails. We will enjoy a beautiful time out of doors in this unspoiled setting; participants should have sturdy, water-resistant footwear and dress for the weather. Directions will be sent to registered participants prior to the walk. Family-friendly; limit 12. Registration required.
Please note: Due to the environmentally sensitive habitat and rare species, JK Black Oak is not open for general public access.
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