Time: April 6, 2014 from 3pm to 4pm
Location: Muswell Hill/Crouch End
Street: Car Park of Hornsey Parish Church, corner of Cranley Gardens and Park Road
City/Town: Muswell Hill/Crouch End
Website or Map: http://HaringeyTreeWardens.or…
Event Tag: walk, tree, environment, free, london, plane, birch, ash, elm, oak, ginko, sorbus, cherry, walnut, maple
Posted By: Chris Setz
Latest Activity: Apr 6, 2014
We hold tree-related events every month in different parts of Haringey. Six of them are Street Tree Walks, held on the first Sunday of every other month at 3pm for an hour.
This walk is a free opportunity to discover more about local street trees. We proceed along a suitable street, exchanging knowledge, stopping at every street tree worth a look. Some of us do maintenance if needed. Most come to look and learn.
The April Tree Walk is to be in the streets just south of Muswell Hill.
Please meet us at 3pm on Sunday 6th April in the car park of Hornsey Parish Church in Cranley Gardens N10 3AH, just round the corner from the W7 bus stop in Park Road. Map here: http://goo.gl/maps/uadKa
Please help us identify the trees we visit and/or learn how to do it yourself. There's a list of apps for smartphones that can help with this (if you have a reasonably modern one) on our website http://haringeytreewardens.org.uk/treeinfo
Complete beginners are welcome - several of us know very little, some of us know quite a bit and we're all keen to learn.
If you have any books or guides that might help give us a key to tree identification, please bring what you can easily carry.
Photographers are welcome - we always looking to add to our list of identified trees and hope you'll contribute a few of the pictures you take if you wish.
The Tree Walk is intended to last around an hour. If it rains too much we will head for the nearest cafe and use leaves and small branches (and what we can see out of the window) to focus on what is around us.
Please note that you don't have to be a tree warden to join in - many people simply turn up every so often to look and learn and sometimes to contribute.
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