Guided Exploration of Belanger Creek Preserve — Saturday, May 2nd at 10:00 am

May 2nd, 2015 at 10:00am — Ken Scott Belanger Creek yellow wildflowers 2, vertical20130517_8559henJoin Conservancy docents  Ann McInnis, Mary Smart, Judy Smart, Marsha Buehler on a guided exploration of the 70 acres of  uplands and wetlands at the gorgeous and unique Belanger Creek Preserve, full of habitats extraordinaire.  Spring ought to be in full  swing with all its pristine glory and  wildlife activity in evidence. Since trail development is only in the planning stages here, it is advisable that boots, and perhaps even walking sticks, be used.

Please note: Dogs on a leash are welcome at our natural areas, BUT not on docent lead hikes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Directions: This Preserve has no trail system and is best seen on a guided hike. Take Putnam Road west from M-22 at the northern boundary of Peshawbestown. Go west for about a  half mile and then turn left onto Peshawbestown Road. Go west for another half mile and then park on the right-hand side of the road just before it crosses Belanger Creek.