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Resource details

Resource ID

424

Access

Open

Contributed by

Michelle Quinones

Description (Short)

Coal Creek Spring Wildflower Walk

Description (Long)

On April 17, 2010, following the monthly ECD meeting, several members hiked along Coal Creek on a beautiful spring morning. Margaret Ovitt lead the group in identifying plants along the way. At 11:00 am, it was sunny, bright and a cool sixty one degrees.

Date Created

17 April 10

Partner Association

Emiquon Corps of Discovery, The Nature Conservancy

Location

Coal Creek Levee and Prairie Paths, Coal Creek Valley

Location Description

Coal Creek and also the ridge above to the west.

Keyword Category List

Herbaceous, Woody, Spring, Mid-Day

Keywords

Spring; Wildflowers; Coal Creek; Woodland Plants; Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Multiflora Rose; Redbud; Bedstraw; Gooseberry; Virginia Bluebells; Buckeye; Toothwort; Spring Beauties; Boxelder; Sweet William Phlox; Bloodroot; Wild Geranium; May Apple; Buttercup; Wild American Ginger; Scouring Rush; Trillium; Jewelweed;

Named person(s)

Katherine Quinones; Corey Black; Margaraet Ovitt; Nancy Jones; Diana Waren, Michelle Quinones; Kelvin Sampson; Peggy Clayberg; Fran Carter; Jane Ward; Ed Kinsel;

Credit

No Restrictions

Creator

Michelle Quinones

Creator Contact Information

mcquinones13@gmail.com

Original Repository

Private Collection

Original Format

Photograph-Digital

Notes

61 degrees / sunny, bright, cool
Taken with a 10 MB Sony Cybershot
19 woodland plant shots total