Trees on Skis: Winter Tree ID at Burlington’s Intervale

Looking for leaves to identify trees makes identification easier, but what do we do in winter? We’ll focus on other​ parts of the tree: bark, buds, branching patterns, and habitat​. ​Join Audubon Vermont for an afternoon of cross country skiing through the lovely trails of Burlington’s Intervale while we we build our winter tree identification skills​. We will also pause to explore anything else that we come across, such as animal tracks and signs, as well as bird songs and sighting.​

Bring your own skis and dress in warm layers. If you don’t have skis, no problem! We have teamed up with Skirack​ for ski rentals, see details below.

Fee: Audubon members $10; Non-members $15. Ski/boot rental fee $15 at Skirack