November Supermoon Walk
Great Meadows NWR - Concord
Sunday, November 13, 2:30 - moonrise (4:45-ish)
Join me and other kindred spirits today for a reviving walk through late autumn splendor concluding with a colorful November sunset and the rising of a giant supermoon, the largest appearing and closest passing full moon most of us will see in our lifetimes.
This month's "gossamer" moon also marks the seasonal movement of hundreds gees and ducks through Great Meadows and the wondrous twinkling of gossamer strands draped across the landscape as baby spiders hatch, let out their silken threads and balloon their way to new horizons. The moon will appear with the height of sunset color, soon after 4:30. Dress warmly. All ages welcome.
Co-sponsored by Friends of the Assabet River NWR
Led by Cherrie Corey, local naturalist/photographer
Donations gratefully accepted
Take Rte. 62/Bedford St. in Concord to Monsen Road. Turn left into the GMNWR driveway after #177. We'll meet at the kiosk just off the parking lot.