From The Nature Conservancy:
Clymer Meadow Preserve – Early Spring Tour, and 33rd Annual Spring Wildflower Tour
April 27, 2019 & May 18, 2019 | 9:00 am

This spring, you’ll have two chances to walk among the wildflowers at The Nature Conservancy’s annual Clymer Meadow Preserve this spring. We will be hosting an Early Spring Tour on April 27th, and we will be leading our 33rd Annual Spring Wildflower Tour on May 18th. Don’t miss your chance to visit this picturesque 1,400-acre preserve, containing one of the last remnants of the Blackland Prairie—an imperiled ecosystem comprised of numerous bird, butterfly, and wildflower species. Immerse yourself in the beauty and color of true Texas prairie while learning about the history and ecology of our native grasslands. Grab your binoculars and camera, pack a picnic lunch and get back to nature!


WHO: You, your friends and the whole family!

WHAT: Wildflower Tour at Clymer Meadow Preserve

WHEN: Open Preserve Day – Saturday, April 27, 2019
33rd Annual Spring Wildflower Tour – Saturday, May 18, 2019
Tours begin at 9:00 am; arrival by 8:30 am is suggested.

WHERE: Clymer Meadow Preserve, 6210 CR 1140 (Map Link HERE), near Celeste, TX —
a 60-minute drive from Dallas.

HOW: RSVP by the dates below to Brandon Belcher, North Texas Preserves Manager
903-752-0676 or Space is limited!
For the April 27 tour, RSVP by April 22
For the May 18 tour, RSVP by May 13

We recommend wearing a hat, long pants and closed-toed shoes. You may also wish to bring insect repellent, sunscreen, binoculars, camera, lunch, and a water bottle.

Please feel free to share with other interested individuals.

We look forward to seeing you on the prairie soon!

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