Join Sierra Club of the Big Bend for a tour of Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve, a 140-acre conservation area in Grady County, Georgia.
The Preserve was established in 2009 through the efforts of volunteers from the Magnolia Chapter (Tallahassee) of the Florida Native Plant Society (including some Georgians) and many generous donations. It is destined to remain forever undisturbed from human development, protecting the many acres and literally tens of millions of beautiful yellow and maroon dimpled trout lilies and thousands of maroon spotted trillium.
This is the largest extent of these trout lilies known anywhere in the world, and certainly a jewel of Grady County! Each trout lily flower opens in late morning or early afternoon, follows the sun, and closes at dusk, so the tour will be in the afternoon.
Registration is required for this hike: https://act.sierraclub.org/events/details?formcampaignid=7013q000002C3cxAAC
Learn more about the Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve at: https://www.wolfcreektroutlilypreserve.org/
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