Sponsored by Maryland Native Plant Society.
Explore the diverse tidal wetlands of Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary in southern Anne Arundel County. July is hot when the marsh is in full bloom: we'll find swamp rose, cattail, wild rice, arrowhead, pickerelweed, and more! Summer is when the vines are most prevalent within the wetlands!
We'll also have the chance to identify the plants of the upland forests.
No need for boots--we'll be along a boardwalk which travel through low marsh, high marsh and swamp.
There is a $6 per vehicle entrance fee into the Sanctuary
Leader: Karyn Molines
Online registration is recommended.
Bring: Water, field guides, hand lens, binoculars, hat, sunscreen. Bring a lunch for after the trip.
Fees: Entrance fee into the park. $6/vehicle
Plant List from 2014 field trip (pdf)
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary
1361 Wrighton Road
Lothian, MD 20714
From the Washington Beltway, take Route 4 South. After 10.5 miles, turn right onto Plummer Lane. In 0.5 miles turn right onto Wrighton Road. In 0.5 miles turn left on the gravel driveway. Continue on the gravel drive about 1 mile to the parking lot. We will meet in the Visitor Center.
Visit www.jugbay.org for additional directions
Contact: Karyn Molines firstname.lastname@example.org
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