Exploring Lubber Run

On September 8, 2022, the rain paused and 25 soon-to-be master naturalists descended along the trail to Lubber Run. Let the discoveries begin!

Here’s what I found.

Pokeweed berries at Lubber Run – Photo copyright Liz Macklin 2022
Possibly Stereum lobatum growing at Lubber Run Park – Photo copyright Liz Macklin 2022
Possibly poison ivy? Photo by Liz Macklin 2022

More coming soon …

4 thoughts on “Exploring Lubber Run

  1. Not a master naturalist but spend lots of time in woods identifying plants, birds and mushrooms. Can’t wait to see what you post.

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  2. Turkey tail? Can’t tell if your pic is poison ivy or not. Need to see whole plant.

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