Guided by Scott Dean. From low to high elevation, we will have a wealth of wildflowers to view as we climb the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Check back in for Wildflower and Birding Walks in Spring 2022!
Past Wildflower and Birding Walks:
Guided by Bill Sanderson. At this time in the spring migration, we will have the chance to view an array of warblers, and higher elevation spring migrants, as well as bald eagles, sharp-shinned and coopers…
Guided by Scott Dean. We will visit the scenic heath balds and birch forests of the Craggy Gardens area to discover spring wildflowers.
Guided by Bill Sanderson. We will seek common species but also an array of migrants and passerbys in higher elevation ecosystems, such as heath balds and spruce-fir forests.
Guided by Scott Dean. Join a wildflower expert for fun stories and facts on Northern hardwoods wildflowers as seen along the Big Butt Trail.
Guided by Bill Sanderson. In early May, the “migration floodgates are opening!” Expect warblers, thrushes, orioles, tanagers and other “long distance” species which are staying in the mountains to breed, or passing through.