Autumn Comes to Webster Woods

10/26/2019
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Autumn is time for fall foliage in New England. Learn why leaves change color and drop off in October, and how climate change is altering the season. We might even see beautiful witch hazel flowers, the last plant to flower. We will also discuss past land use, and current efforts to protect Webster Woods.

Tour leader is Richard Primack, Botany Professor at BU

Cell phone: 857-636-8378.

Meet at the end of Warren Street.  Please park up Warren a few houses (in the address range 40 to 56 Warren), so as not to clog the end of this small dead end street.

Webster Woods: A Natural Place of Memories and Discoveries, by Richard B. Primack

More Walks in Webster Woods this Fall

Mayor Fuller Files Proposal to Preserve Webster Woods

Photo by Anne Kane

Location
Webster Conservation Area - Warren Street entrance

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