Midland-Penetanguishene Field Naturalists Socially Distanced Walk With Friends


MPFN Outing, Rosemount Road Wetland

From 10:00 am until 12:00 pm

At Rosemount Road Wetland

Free. Please contact us to request to register

Midland-Penetanguishene Field Naturalists

Our next Midland-Penetanguishene Field Naturalists Socially Distanced Walk With Friends will be held on Sunday Aug. 8, 2021 10 AM at the Rosemount Wetlands in Tay Township. 
Directions: Take Rosemount Rd. south off of Hwy 12.  A little bit south of the signs for the Bell Falls Family Campground you should see what looks like the entrance to a snowmobile trail on either side of the road.  Going east the trail takes you to Bell Falls and going west it goes by a very interesting wetland.  We can park along the sides of the road on Rosemount Rd.  We'll explore this area for a bit and then we'll drive south to another very interesting area off of Rosemount Rd. - Simcoe County Forest - #1428.  Here MPFN members Peter Cox and Sharon Langfield have used their talents to fill the forest with their Healing Art Creations.  Peter and Sharon will be on hand to explain the concept of their work.  
Although the province has now entered Stage 3 of reopening, allowing groups of 100 outdoors, we would still like you to confirm your attendance at the outing by replying to this email.  mpfieldnaturalists@gmail.com
We will aim for about a 2 hour walk on easy trails.  
Other safety measures in effect at this outing as we try to keep our walks safe for all members:
We'd ask that all participants carry a mask with them and use it if they are able.  If you find yourself in a situation where social distancing is difficult, put your mask on until you're able to get the requisite 6 feet away.  You may want to carry some hand sanitizer with you as well.  
Please do not participate if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms. 
We realize that many of our members are in the high-risk age group so we understand if some members may decide to give these opportunities a pass.  But we feel a socially distanced walk in the outdoors is a fairly low risk activity.  
We ask you to look on these walks, not as official club outings, but rather low key get-togethers of friends to enjoy nature together.