Nature Walk with Natural Area Preservation @ Ruthven Nature Area
Sunday November 27, 2022: 1:00pm to 2:00pm Add to Calendar
Intersection between Huron Parkway and Geddes Road
Did you know that Ruthven Nature Area is an excellent example of glacial terrain? The topography of the park includes both a kame and a kettle area. Come join NAP and the Ann Arbor District Library to explore what those terms mean, and learn more about the habitats and diversity of Ruthven at a nature walk!
Meeting spot: Park at the Gallup boat dock parking lot at the southeast corner of Huron Parkway and Geddes Road, then use the Geddes crosswalk to meet on the northeast corner of the intersection (look for the NAP truck) (map: tinyurl.com/GallupBoatDock).
Make sure to dress for the weather (walks happen rain or shine) and bring a water bottle.
Nature walks are a collaboration between the Ann Arbor District Library and Natural Area Preservation and take place once a month. Some of AADL's Science Tools will be available for use during the walk!
The NAP encourages registration. Register at tinyurl.com/RuthvenWalk112722.