Join volunteer naturalists for a 1.3-mile moderate hike to learn how this scenic landscape has changed over time. The stories in the rocks span over 200 million years, from ancient sand dunes to tidal flats to riverbeds where dinosaurs roamed. The rocks also determine the landforms and ecology of the present landscape, including the plants and wildlife we find here. Meeting location will be provided to registered participants.Maximum Participants: 19
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Retired Forest Service; grandparent and Combat Vietnam Veteran. Quite a combination!
I got hooked on being in nature as a kid wandering the palmetto scrub and backwaters of west coast Florida in search of critters and fossils. Though a third-generation geologist, I’ve never earned a dime with my geology degree. For 3 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana, I taught secondary school geology, chemistry, math, and general science. A second degree in graphic design led to a career in technical and scientific illustration. I have been volunteering as a naturalist since 1976.