Biodiversity at its Best – and Acres of Pitcher Plants! Solon Dixon Preserve & Splinter Hill Bog (field trip)

Instructors: Fred Nation, Field Botanist, Environmental Consultant, Fairhope, AL
John Manion, Kaul Wildflower Garden Curator, Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Date: April 5-7, 2019
Location: Andalusia and Bay Minette, AL
Members $305 | Non-members $325
Due to their astounding biodiversity, these two locations remain two of our favorite locations to go on field trips. On its 5,300 acres, Solon Dixon Preserve, are crystal clear spring fed streams and a lake that appear turquoise in color, pitcher plant bogs, cypress ponds, longleaf pine habitats, fascinating rock formations and sand hills.
On Sunday we visit to Splinter Hill Bog, The Nature Conservancy in Alabama's preserve, where grows, in addition to several species of carnivorous plants, the largest population of Sarracenia spp. (pitcher plants) in the world!  
The event fee includes room cost for two nights and five meals. Details will be provided once participants have registered.
Refunds (minus a $15 processing fee) given if notification is made at least 10 business days prior to class start date. (You are always welcome to send another person under your registration if you cannot attend.) A $15 processing fee will be charged for class transfers at any time. We reserve the right to cancel classes due to lack of participation; if we cancel a class as such, we will issue a full refund. Please be aware that we strive to hold classes regardless of weather, so plan accordingly. In the unlikely event a class must be cancelled due to inclement weather, we will attempt to notify you, and a refund (minus a $15 processing fee) will be issued.