On this “noticing” walk, we encourage our senses — when we see, hear, smell, and touch — to guide our exploration of Webster Woods. It’s a time of emerging flowers both beautiful (lady slippers) and smelly (skunk cabbage) and of spring frog sounds. There are also rock crevices where yellow spotted salamanders might lurk, or green moss or lichen might grow. We will discuss nature we notice. This walk is about 1.5 miles and will cover a few steep and rocky places. Open to adults and children over five years old. Meet in the parking lot on the west side of Hammond Parkway by the Clothes Drop Off behind the Shops at Chestnut Hill (NOT the parking lot by the Container Store near The Street).