may, 2019

sun26may2:00 pmPrairie Wildflower Walk at Hayden Prairie2:00 pm Hayden Prairie, Off of Highway A23 in Howard CountyAge Range:All agesCost:Free/Small Donation

Event Details

Winneshiek County Conservation will be hosting a prairie wildflower walk at Hayden Prairie on Sunday, May 26 at 2:00 pm. Join naturalist Larry Reis in wandering the prairie to see what unique flowers are blooming. If you have binoculars, bring them along as there will be many grassland birds visiting the prairie as well.

Hayden Prairie is a state preserve and is one of the largest unplowed sections of pristine tallgrass prairie in Iowa. It is located in Howard County near Lime Springs. Please meet at the parking lot off of A23. Directions and a map are available on the Winneshiek County Conservation website under “Maps and Directions.”

This event is free and no registration is required. Hayden Prairie has no trails, so please dress appropriately for walking through long grass.

For more information, visit the Winneshiek County Conservation website or call (563) 534-7145.

  • Time

    (Sunday) 2:00 pm


    Hayden Prairie

    Off of Highway A23 in Howard County