GREENWICH, Conn. -- Join The Greenwich Land Trust and Audubon Greenwich staff on Friday, Jan. 22., for a nature walk at Lapham Reserve in Greenwich.
The hike will focus on identifying signs of nocturnal wildlife. In the heart of winter, plants and wildlife have to find ingenious ways to survive extreme conditions.
On the moonlit walk, you will learn about the flora's and fauna's response to cold weather and see the forest from a new perspective.
Take advantage of clear winter skies to observe the moon with the Greenwich Astronomical Society's high-powered telescopes. Witness an owl release with Wildlife in Crisis.
The evening wouldn't be complete without a bonfire and all of the fixings for s'mores. All ages are welcome. Dress warmly. The cost for the hike is $10.
RSVP: Michelle Spinei at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.629.2151 ext. 102.
The hike runs from 5 - 7 p.m.
The hike will take place at Lapham Preserve, between 95 and 85 Richmond Hill Road in Greenwich.
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