All activities will be confirmed and announced by email. to members. Please check this website, www.wolsfeldwoods.org for possible changes. All dates, times and locations are subject to change. Weather and COVID conditions may result in cancellations.
|As you go through Wolsfed Woods|
Help preserve the site
Take nothing but photographs
Leave nothing but footprints
Summer photos wanted!
As you wander through the woods this summer, bring your camera along --
and be on the lookout for beautiful mature hardwoods, birds, animals flowers
and more. We'll post them on our Web site along with credits - please send in digital format to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More Photos By Susan Hartley
Redstart Bird by Susan Hartley
Ecology Walk, Saturday, June 11, 2 p.m. Lee Freilichn is Director UM Center for Forest Ecology and will guide this walk. Trinity Lutheran Church parking lot,
2060 Sixth Ave. N, Long Lake, MN.
Fall Warbler Walk, Saturday, August 27, 8:00 a.m. Warblers are often plentiful during fall migration. Bill and Esther Marengo will be back to help sort out these delightful winged visitors as they pass through Minnesota every fall. Trinity Lutheran Church parking lot.
2060 Sixth Avenue North, Long Lake, MN.
Friends of Wolsfeld Woods Annual Meeting, Thursday, October 6, 7:00 p.m. We will meet in the 1857 Wolsfeld log cabin. We encourage participation, and appreciate hearing members’ thoughts and suggestions. Medina City Hall,
2052 County Road 24, Medina, MN.
Fall Color Horseback Ride, Sunday October 9 at 2:00 p.m. If you have access to a horse, please join us for the annual fall ride through the woods. We will meet at Ellie Crosby’s for a leisurely ride over the best woods trails for horses. 1612 Willow Drive, Long Lake, MN.
Activities Enjoyed This Year of 2022
Sleigh Ride with Lisa Ringer. We dressed warmly and brought children and grandchildren for the annual horse-drawn sleigh ride through the woods and surrounding farm fields, followed by hot chocolate at Ellie Crosby’s.
Frog Walk. Liz Weir lead the walk.
Spring Ephemeral Wildflower Walk. Sue Galloway lead the walk. Spring ephemerals bloom in that brief interval between the soil’s warming and the leafing of the dense tree canopy. A trained wildflower specialist helped us distinguish beautiful hidden blooms that often go unnoticed.
Spring Warbler Bird Walk. Master birders, Bill and Esther Marengo, took us on Wolsfeld Woods’ annual spring warbler walk.
Activities Calendar Last Updated: June 3, 2022