Looking for Signs of Summer This Sun. 1 pmPosted on October 30, 2015
When: Sunday, November 1, 2 p.m.
Where: Cherry Brook Preserve. Meet in the Waldorf School parking lot
Leaders: Henry and Betty Horn
We’ll look for wildflower seeds, insects, Fall foliage and whatever other interesting discoveries we find. Betty Horn is an avid botanist with an intimate knowledge of our local wildflowers. She has served as curator of the biological collections at the Princeton University Museum of Natural History since 1978. Henry Horn has taught in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton since 1966 and is well known for his professional enthusiasm and his dedication to his students. He has wide-ranging interests in natural history, a passion to understand our local environment, and a deep fascination with tree ecology. Wear appropriate outdoor clothing and walking shoes.
Cherry Brook Preserve, Cherry Hill Road entrance. Meet in the Waldorf School Parking lot.