Nature Walk with Ann Arbor District Library


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Thu Apr 27, 2017, 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM


Mary Beth Doyle ParkSee Discription for DirectionsAnn Arbor, MI 48104

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Mary Beth Doyle Park is an 81-acre park located east of the Malletts Creek branch of the AADL. It has both paved and unpaved trails that meander through woods and wetlands. A large pond near the center of the park is a wonderful area for wildlife viewing. Spring wildflowers here are spectacular! Staff from City of Ann Arbor Natural Area Preservation will lead a family-friendly nature walk through the woods.

Meet us at the parking lot off Packard Road, across from Easy Street, or park at the Malletts Creek branch library and walk one-half mile east on the south side of Eisenhower and Packard. Wear comfortable clothes and bring water if desired. The nature walks are a collaboration between the AADL and Natural Area Preservation that take place once a month April through September. Some of AADL’s Science Tools will be available for use during the walk!


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