Love nature, flowers, trees? Enjoy a morning nature walk in beautiful Tabor Woods, one of Caledonia Conservancy's public access preserved land parcels. The nature walk will be led by Kay McClelland. Tabor Woods is a natural old growth forest rich with spring native flowers like Wild geraniums, Trillium, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, May Apples, Salomon Seal, and endangered species like Blackhaw Viburnum and blue-stemmed Goldenrod. Expect to see wildlife, reptiles and animal habitats among the protected old growth American Beech, maples, oaks, hickory and butternut trees. There are trees in Tabor Woods that are over 300 years old, as it was never farmed or harvested for commercial use. Park at the entrance to Tabor Woods at the west end of Tabor Road off of Hwy. 31 Sponsored by Caledonia Conservancy, an accredited Land Trust in Caledonia, WI with public access recreational walking and equestrian trails. Fun for the whole family wear old shoes or boots, some parts of trail are wet.
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