Trinity Forest Guided Hikes

Their will be NO scheduled hikes in March 2016
The Texas Buckeyes Flower in March

Invasive non-native Ligustrum plant species has choked sections of the natural surface trail near the Trinity River.
DPARD will not allow volunteers to properly remove these invasives.

** Guided interpretive nature hikes are available upon request throughout the year **

There are many times of the year to see the bottomland forest in it's different "moods" or
seasons. In North Texas, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter are less defined by sun or
snow and more defined by moisture, plant emergence and length of warm days. The
seasonal rhythms may also be punctuated by drought or flood. When in flood the forest
and trails are impassable. In drought one can see the dry sloughs and steep river banks
gaining a sense of dimension that would otherwise be obscured by deep water.

For more information or to schedule
a guided hike anytime throughout
the year please contact:
Jim Flood

972 557-1144 please leave message