POSTPONED DUE TO CITY OF BV PRECAUTIONS ON SPREAD OF COVID 19.
Master Naturalist Cheryl Hall will lead a wildflower hike to identify wildflowers blooming on the trails in spring. The trail location has not been selected but will be posted here and on the City’s website soon.
Hall is a certified master naturalist. As a student, her studies at Arkansas Tech University and the University of Arkansas in Little Rock centered around the natural world. Now she is a nature artist and photographer, birder, mushroom hunter, avid fly fisher and seeker of rare and endangered wildflowers in Benton County. Her work with the state botanist and local officials has offered her the opportunities to deepen her interest in nature.
This hike will be approximately 2.5 miles round trip and is moderately strenuous. Appropriate clothing and shoes are required. Participants should also bring water. The Back 40 Trails are single-track, which means they are dirt, narrow and sometimes rocky or have exposed tree roots. The trails are not appropriate for strollers. Friendly dogs are welcome on a leash.
There is no cost for these hikes, presented by the city of Bella Vista.