Saturday, June 29, 2013
1:00pm until 3:00pm
HRM Diverse Walks is a program designed for amateur naturalists and those who wouldn't consider themselves naturalists as a way to get out into nature and learn a bit about nature in our city. This month's walk will be led by Dr. Bill Freedman, a professor of ecology and environmental science at Dalhousie University. But don't worry, he'll be the only expert on the trail with us, everyone will be just as eager to learn as you are!
Check out Dr. Freedman's blogs to get aquainted with the park before the walk ...
The walk will be over gentle terrain and is suitable in both difficulty and content for budding naturalists of all ages.
We will meet in the Tower Road parking lot (where Tower Road meets Point Pleasant Drive) near the bike rack.
Find us on Facebook to keep updated on this event or ... see you on the trail!