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Tuesday, 11 October 2011




To get to grips with Beech versus Birch, The Alder versus Elder, plus many other common trees.
Join this friendly, informal group for short walks specifically to enjoy and learn about trees.
Alternating between rural and urban walks, you will soon become aware of the exotic species and variable garden trees and learn to pick out the native species.
Walk 1: Meet outside Halifax Adult Education Building in Horton Street, at the junction with Union Street, Sunday 23rd October at 09.00 for 9.15 for a 2 HOUR urban walk around the centre and outskirts of Halifax – an easy walk of approximately 1½ miles. Dogs welcome. Please dress brightly for road safety, and bring a notebook. Fee £6:00 for two walks to the Halifax Scientific Society, Natural History Group. (Members free).

Contact Steve Blacksmith on 01422 348222.

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