Kings River Sanctuary, Eureka Springs AR, May 21, 2011

MAY 21st 2011 (SATURDAY) 10:00 AM

To join us at Kings River Sanctuary, in Eureka Springs, AR, meet Steve Smith at the giant Anderson propane tank on Hwy. 62/CR 211 or take CR 211 one and a half miles north to the garden site where there is parking in the corral.

We will travel to the King’s River Sanctuary where we will explore wooded slopes, river gravel bars, upland glades and woods, and bottomland all in the same locale.  Bring water, sack lunch, good walking shoes, and hat.  We will work on adding to the inventory of species we have found here in past years.  In addition, Steve has offered to help those who wish to float the two mile stretch from Hwy. 62 to the King’s River field.

If you are interested in floating, call Steve at 479-530-9432 to discuss details in advance.  Note:

This trip is organized by the Ozark Chapter of the ANPS.  Consider joining the Chapter if you go.  Dues are only $5.00 per year.

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