Trees provide wildlife with food, shelter and more. Understanding the vital link between trees and wildlife helps us to experience more fully nature’s important cycles and relationships. Join Corinne Mastey and explore trees from the vantage point of many wildlife species. Be prepared for a gentle hike. Dress for the weather.
The first Wednesday of each month March through December, Bernheim offers a variety of hikes, actives and program designed for Older, Wiser and Livelier Seniors, O.W.L.S. Most of Bernheim’s O.W.L.S programs are led and coordinated by Certified Interpretive Guide, Corinne Mastey. Corinne has a gentle compassion way of sharing her knowledge; and her passion for the natural world will inspire you.
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