Michigan Hollow Swamp


Sunday, June 9, 2013 - 9:30am




David Werier


THIS WALK IS NOW FULL. PLEASE CONTACT DAVID (Nakita[at]lightlink.com) TO GET ON A WAITING LIST. A joint field trip of the New York Flora Association and the Finger Lakes Native Plant Society. We will spend the day exploring Michigan Hollow Swamp, a large forested, headwater peatland in south-central New York. Some of our time will be in upland forests and the remainder in the marshes and swamps of the hollow. The area is rich botanically and will afford us the opportunity to see a large diversity of plants. Come prepared for uneven terrain, mucky and wet conditions, and generally challenging walking through the swamp. Pre-registration is required and numbers are limited so register early. To register and for questions contact David: (Nakita[at]lightlink.com.