Columbus Audubon volunteers had a terrific day on Saturday, September 19, at Calamus Swamp! Our hard-working crew of 17 people worked on the boardwalk, repairing some areas and laying down new chicken wire and hardware cloth. (The wire and cloth cover slippery spots, making the boardwalk safer.) We trimmed back many invasive plants. As a bonus, the weather couldn’t have been better.
A huge thank you to MAD Scientist Associates, OSU students, and all of our wonderful volunteers for participating! We have another work day coming up in early November, so stay tuned for details.
Calamus Swamp is Columbus Audubon’s nature preserve located south of Columbus in Pickaway County.