Winter in the Woods

Make it a truly Great Maine Outdoor Weekend with KELT!

20150214_142054When: Saturday, February 13 @10:00am

Where: Morse Pond Preserve in Georgetown

Kids, adults, and families are invited to join Maine Master Naturalists Volunteers Priscilla Seimer and Becky Kolak on a wintery nature walk. Discover the fascinating relationship between flora, fauna, and the forest as the snowflakes fly!

Snowshoeing starts at 10:00 am and includes instruction, hot cocoa, and ample exploration.

Don’t own a pair of snowshoes? Don’t worry! Thanks to the kindness of the Bath Parks and Recreation Department, KELT is able to share a limited number of extra snowshoe equipment in a selection of sizes for adults, teens, and children. Please note during event registration if snowshoes are needed.

Please register for this walk with Becky at bkolak@kennebecestuary.org, call 207-442-8400, or online using the form below.

This program is generously sponsored by the Merrymeeting Bay Trust.

To reach Morse Pond  Preserve, take Route 127 (Five Islands Rd.) south for 10 miles. Turn right on Seguinland Road and drive 1.1 miles to the preserve. The entrance to the small gravel parking lot will be on the right. The Reid State Park entrance gate is quarter mile south of the preserve’s trailhead.

Great Maine Outdoor Weekend is an array outdoor events across Maine on February 12-14. Its goal is to promote connection with the nature world, fun and physical activity, and good health.