Come explore the Godfrey Memorial Conservation Area, the fourth of ACT's summer hikes is extra special because this land not open to the public. The land owner is generously allowing us to come on with a group for this hike only! Home to stunning views of the White Mountains, open fields, and plenty of wildlife. This conservation area, a former dairy farm, provides critical habitat for bats, which hibernate in the caves not far from the property. We'll be learning about some of the natural as well as the historical interests of this conserved land, which not only holds critical bat habitat but also has an old goldmine on the property.
The summer nature walks are open to hikers of all ages and abilities, this walk is relatively fat and will be at a slow to moderate pace. Kids are encouraged to come along and dogs are always welcome!
What: The 4rd of ACT's 5 Summer Hikes Series!
When: Wednesday, August 16th 2017
What Time: 3 - 6 p.m.
What to Wear: Comfortable clothing for being active outdoors, boots or sneakers you don't mind getting muddy, and a hat.
What to Bring: Binoculars, camera, bug dope, snacks, and plenty of water.
Free! Donations gladly accepted.
Where: Park at the ACT office parking lot at 729 Main Street, Franconia (Plain Kate's), and we will carpool to the trailhead.
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