14 September 2005
Guided Tour of Talladega National Forest: Shoal Creek District
|Photo of viceroy butterfly by Vitaly Charny
(a Lepidopterist & volunteer photographer
to JSU Field Schools)
Take a driving/hiking tour of the Shoal Creek Ranger District and
discover unique areas that are rarely seen by the public. Learn about the ecology of the national forest and observe the
transition of summer to fall.
Bring lunch, water, and a camera as we explore the beautiful scenery of life in the
forest. Transportation is provided (from the meeting point at Ranger Station) for a limited number of early registrants.
For more information or to preregister, call Renee Morrison at 256-782-5697 or e-mail her at
- Date of Event: 9/17/05
- Time of Event: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
- Location of Event: Meet at Ranger Station (Hwy 78 East to Hwy 281) -
Talladega National Forest
- Admission Charge: $5.00 per adult/$2.50 per student
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