A group from Save Greenbury Point joined Naturalist Jessy Oberright on the Bobwhite Trail behind Greenbury Point Nature Center to help with her Greenbury Point Biodiversity Project.
The Greenbury Point Nature Center, adjacent to and at the entrance of the gated Greenbury Point Conservation Area, is an important resource that supports the conservation area and the natural resource mission for the entire Greenbury Point peninsula.
Aldo Leopold was a conservationist, forester, philosopher, educator, writer, outdoor enthusiast and hunter and is held in the same high esteem as other naturalists such as Henry David Thoreau and John Muir. Leopold has inspired “environmentalists” for many decades, especially after his book A Sand County Almanac was published in 1949. The photo above withContinue reading “Aldo Leopold: Conservationist and Hunter”
The trek included suburban roads leading to the B&A trail and a focus on defensive road riding.
Greenbury Point is a popular walking, biking and birding location for local military and civilian visitors.
Let’s please turn the page on this issue and march in unison into the future, so all our families can simply enjoy nature’s bounty here in Annapolis.