If you're interested in learning more about London's natural environment, look no further! Join us for this accessible hike at Harris Park, where we will identify and discuss several native London tree species. This hike will provide you with the tools needed to identify these species as well as cool facts about each tree (for example, did you know the trunk of a sycamore tree is often hollow?!). Learn more cool facts by joining us on this walk.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, registration will be required. This hike is ideal for teens, adults, and seniors.
It is very important that if you register but can no longer attend, you must cancel your ticket so that another Londoner can come out on this hike with us.
Dates and Location
- Wednesday, October 14 from 11-12:30 pm - Harris Park, 531 Ridout St N
- Saturday, October 17 from 2-3:30 pm - Harris Park, 531 Ridout St N
Please do not sign up if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, have traveled recently, or have had close interaction with someone ill with COVID-19.
Please ensure you dress appropriately for the weather (including proper shoes and a hat) and bring a water bottle, snack, sunscreen, and bug spray. Masks will be mandatory. We will be maintaining proper physical distance.
There is NO drop-in option - you must sign up if you'd like to participate.
Should there be an event cancellation, we will contact any registrants prior to the hike.
If you have questions or concerns please email Aliena, Environmental Programs Assistant, at email@example.com
To learn more about our other hikes this fall, visit us at http://reforestlondon.ca/forest-hike-series