TAYLOR FORK NATURE WALK: Stream Ecology
Come join graduate students Davy Black and Logan Phelps at EKU’s Taylor Fork Ecological Area to learn about streams and observe the methods of electrofishing and macroinvertebrate sampling. Wading in rubber boots or sandals is an option to be more involved. The hike will be on March 24, at 2 p.m. and will last about one hour.
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Dress for the weather. The paths are mowed. You will need sturdy walking shoes.
Directions: Taylor Fork Ecological Area is adjacent to south campus. Take Kit Carson Drive to McKinney Skills Drive, then follow the dirt road on the right through the gate. Meet at the astronomy telescope deck parking area to shuttle down to the entrance of Taylor Fork Ecological Area. https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1p5Wp_qJtB4290FCnKseVHVkmuho&msa=0&ie=UTF8&t=h&ll=37.72072972996851%2C-84.3000475&z=15
Event Date: March 24 2 p.m. Location: Taylor Fork Natural Area Cost: None