Wildflower Walk Buckeye Trace

Spring is here and so are the wildflowers. Western Wildlife Corridor is offering a series of free guided wildflower walks at our preserves which have some of the most spectacular native wildflowers in the region. You could see Cut-Leaved Toothwort, Sessile and Drooping Trillium, Wild Ginger, Woodland Poppy, Blue-Eyed Mary, Greek Valerian, Dutchman’s Breeches, Wild Hyacinth, Miami Mist, Fernleaf Phacelia, and many more. In addition to wildflowers, our native trees and shrubs will be leafing out among an abundance of wildlife. Please dress for the weather, we will meet light rain or shine. The trails are of moderate difficulty and can be slippery when wet. RSVP is required due to limited space.

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