WABC Overnight to Spruce Knob WV

WABC is organizing an exploration of the Spruce Knob, WV area as a weekend trip June 30-July 1. Our home base will be the town of Franklin, WV, a little more than 3 hours from the DC metro area. The area is known for its complement of cool-region Canadian zone species, including pink-edged sulphur, Atlantis fritillary, and the (apparently intentionally introduced) common ringlet. You can make it a day trip for Saturday (rendezvous at Spruce Knob Lake at 10 am) or spend the night Friday night in the local area. At least some WABC members will be overnighting Saturday night and continuing explorations in the area until Sunday afternoon.

The times and places we visit will be somewhat weather dependent. For more information, contact trip organizer Tom Stock at altomomatic@verizon.net

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