Blackland Prairie Nature Preserve Field Trip on Saturday, April 1, 2017

Blackland Prairie Nature Preserve Field Trip
Saturday, April 1, 2017
9:00am – 12:00pm
4907 New York Ave
Arlington, TX 76018

Meet at 9:00am at the prairie. We will explore this 10 acre Blackland Prairie remnant, acquired and preserved by the City of Arlington. Here are some of the expected flora at the site: Prairie Bishop (Bifora americana), Two Flower Milkvine (Matelea biflora), Indian Plantain (Arnoglossum plantagineum), Old Plainsman (Hymenopappus scabiosaeus var. corymbosus), Yellow Star (Lindheimera texana), Prairie Groundsel (Packera plattensis), Sleepy Catchfly (Silene antirrhina), Common St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum), Sensitive Briar (Mimosa roemeriana), Prairie Celestial (Nemastylis geminiflora), Trailing Ratany (Krameria lanceolata), White Prairie Larkspur (Delphinium carolinianum ssp. virescens), Purple Paintbrush (Castilleja purpurea) and Prairie Bluets (Stenaria nigricans).

You can view all the iNaturalist observations here:  http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/blackland-prairie-nature-preserve

Hikes organized & led by Jeff Quayle. Please send an email to squaylei2000@gmail.com or call 817/729-0283 if you plan on attending any hikes or field trips, so he will know who to expect. If there are any changes or a fieldtrip is cancelled, you will be notified.

Use of the iNaturalist app during fieldtrips is also encouraged, so you can contribute valuable data for our state and have your own personal list so you can learn more about what you observe as you go along.

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