06/30/2018 - Moon Walk: Conserving Prairie Stream Habitats
June 30 – Snakes on the Plains: Conserving Prairie Stream Habitats
This walk is located in the northern Black Hills. The Nature Conservancy along with a herpetologist from Black Hills State University will discuss the importance of riparian habitat in grassland ecosystems for reptiles and amphibians.
Moon Walks are held on a Saturday night close to the official full moon and begin at 7:00 p.m. Most programs last for 1-2 hours and visitors walk an average of 1 mile round trip. As each Moon Walk nears, specific directions to individual programs will be posted on the Black Hills National Forest website at http://www.fs.usda.gov/blackhills or call (605) 343-1567.