Date(s) - 16 November 2019
Join Jennie for a fun and informative day at Logie Steading, close to the magnificanet Findhorn River, learning how to identify broadleaved trees in winter.
A walk in the colder months can be equally delightful as in the summer, with recognising a whole variety of trees by bud, bark, shape and other key features.
The day will be divided between time outside looking at (mainly) native trees, and then time inside exploring how to use simple keys and learning the basic ‘botanese’ (botanical language) used with winter tree identification.
Towards the end of the day we will finish inside with participants having the opportunity to identify some twigs and buds themselves in the meeting room using the keys and hand lenses provided by Jennie.