In winter most of the forest is dormant, but streams are often beautifully decorated with snow and ice; their hidden abundant life can be an inspiring reminder of nature’s strength and variety, as well as an indication of ecosystem health.
Join Naturalist Educator Stephen Bucklin on a hike through Frick Park to observe streams in their winter beauty and learn about the diverse life crawling and squirming beneath the surface.
Registration is required. While this is an all-ages event, it is intended for teenagers and adults. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
This hike is rain or shine. Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear with good tread are encouraged. Hike will meet at the Frick Environmental Center.