Fri, Jul 30|
Field Day Friday
Join Clayton County Naturalist & Resource Manager Kenny Slocum for a guided hike along the Well's Hollow Trail talking habitat, restoration, remnant savannas, and more!
Time & Location
Jul 30, 2021, 5:00 PM
Clayton County, 128th St, Iowa 52157, USA
About the Event
Clayton County Conservation will host a guided hike to talk habitat improvements, trail development, and ecological restoration along the Well’s Hollow Trail at Bloody Run County Park on Friday, July 30th, at 5:00 PM, no reservations will be required for this program.
The Well’s Hollow Trail features three remnant Oak savannas which have been a major target of Clayton County Conservation’s natural resource management program. Once widespread, Oak savannas are now one of the most endangered habitats in Iowa, and remnants like those at Bloody Run are a special treat.
Participants should come prepared for a hike of approximately 1.3 miles with a few rugged climbs. Water, long pants, and natural curiosity are highly recommended accessories for those wishing to enjoy this event.
For more information call (563) 245-1516 or visit www.claytoncountyconservation.org.