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Wildflower Walk at Hitz-Rhodehamel Woods

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Interpretive preserve sign in Hitz-Rhodehamel Woods.
Hitz-Rhodehamel Woods Join TNC on May 20 for a Wildflower Walk! © Aimee Berry

Overview

Celebrate Endangered Species Day (one day late) by walking in the woods of Brown County with TNC's Jesse Moore at Hitz-Rhodehamel Woods. Expect to see hills and ravines, oak-hickory forests, young oak regeneration, songbirds and other wildlife.

Jesse will point out various features of the trail and preserve and share what TNC is doing to care for the land. If you are a birdwatcher, we recommend bringing your binoculars as this is a hotspot for forest-interior birds.

  • No experience with hiking needed.
  • Youth are welcome to attend with their parents.
  • We will meet at the Hitz-Rhodehamel trail head at 996 Freeman Ridge Rd, Nashville, IN 47448.
  • The terrain is moderate with rolling hills, and the trail is about 3 miles long.

This event is free, but RSVPs are required.

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