Flowers and birds are walk focus

A program titled Ephemeral Wildflowers & Warblers will be held on Sunday, May 2 from 10 a.m. to noon in Arkville. Naturalist Matt Maloney will introduce participants to beautiful flowers and colorful wood warblers. The beginning of May heralds in the peak of the woodland wildflower bloom in the Catskills. At the same time, migrant warblers are returning to nest in the Catskill forests. Bring your binoculars. About a mile of terrain will be covered on the lower slopes of the Dry Brook Ridge Trail.
Participants in this free program will meet at the Catskill Forest Association’s office at 43469 Route 28 Arkville.
For more information call 845 586-3054.