Winter Tree Identification Walk – Boothbay Harbor Land Trust
As winter descends upon our landscape, it can be difficult to recognize our region’s various species of trees.
Join a naturalist from the Boothbay Region Land Trust to learn some tricks used to identify common trees in winter, including bark, buds, twigs, branching patterns, and even smell. The group will meet at the parking lot kiosk and head out for a short easy one-mile walk through the forests of Oak Point Farm.
Winter trail conditions are present so sturdy boots with good traction are recommended.