Wednesday July 3, 2013

Local naturalist Pamela Weatherbee will lead a butterfly identification walk at Mountain Meadow Preserve beginning at 1 p.m. on Sunday, July 7.

The high meadow has a variety of wildflowers to attract butterflies, which are most active during warm weather. Participants will learn how to identify the variety of butterflies found in the area. The walk is not strenuous, but dress for full sun exposure and bring water.

Mountain Meadow is off Route 7 north, on Mason Street.

The program is open to the public and free of charge. Rain cancels the walk. Directions or information: Trustees of Reservations at (413) 458-3135 or westregion@ttor.org.