Explore wildflower natural history and identification with Boot Boutwell!
To reserve your space, please email email@example.com or call Suzanne at (207) 646-1555 x116.
- Members: $10
- Non-Members: $13
Come and explore mid-summer blooming wildflowers with “Boot” Boutwell. The Reserve has seven miles of trails through a rich variety of habitats, but we won’t have to walk very far to see a host of flowers. Among the highlights of the walk will be our strolls through the meadows and wet meadows where we expect to see a host of flowers in bloom. We will enjoy their beauty, learn some basic identification characteristics, and also learn some wildflower natural history and lore.
We will be maintaining safe physical distance throughout the program, but please also bring your own face covering and hand sanitizer with you. If you are traveling from out of state for this program, please read the latest state regulations before registering.
*Please note: Program fee does not include site admission fee.
About the Presenter
Roland “Boot” Boutwell is a freelance itinerant naturalist who taught the core course in “Native New England Shrubs” and lead field trips for the New England Wild Flower Society for nearly 20 years and was a part time teacher/naturalist for the Massachusetts Audubon Society. He teaches nature programs and leads nature walks for a number of other organizations including: Arlington, MA Community Education; Wright-Locke Farm in Winchester, MA, The Winchester, MA public schools; The Friends of the Middlesex Fells (Greater Boston) and numerous other organizations. His hobbies include photography, acting in community theater, and the guitar.