Hike the 1-mile trail and learn about animals!
The story walk will be on display for a self-guided adventure from Thursday, September 10th – Sunday, September 27th (dawn to dusk) at Housatonic Flats.
What are some things we can learn about animals from the shape of their mouths, beaks, or bills? What can we infer about animals with sharp teeth compared to large, flat teeth? Are there any animals that don’t have mouths? In Animal Mouths, award-winning nature photographer and environmental educator Mary Holland shares fascinating animal mouths with readers of all ages.
While the audience of the book is 1st to 3rd grade, the content is great for all ages- even adults!
Be sure to also check out the author’s incredible Naturally Curious blog.
From Lee: From the Mass Pike/Big Y intersection, take Route 102 southwest toward Stockbridge. In Stockbridge turn left onto Route 7. After passing Monument Mountain, before reaching Price Chopper, look for the parking lot on the right side of the road.
From Great Barrington: From the Price Chopper, head north on Route 7 for less than half a mile. Parking will be on the left.
From Lenox: Take Route 7 or Route 7A south toward Great Barrington. After passing Monument Mountain, before reaching Price Chopper, look for the parking lot on the right side of the road.
GPS: 42.216357, -73.343895 (Trailhead parking)