The magic of Autumn in the Philips de Jongh park
Date & Meetup Location
About this Walk
Autumn is here!
The warm colours of the trees turning golden brown , yellow and red. Different mushrooms are sprouting everywhere. Busy jays and red squirrels stash away acorns for winter.
This Sunday morning we will take a walk through the Philips de Jongh park in Eindhoven, exploring the wildlife and nature around us!
I will guide you through this forested park, always on the look-out for the wild animals and plants present there There is a lot to discover and I will help you uncover the park's hidden nature!
- The meeting point is in the southeastern entrance, in the crossing of Zwaanstraat and Bezuidenhoutseweg.
- This walk is open for 10 persons (subject to on the government regulations at that time).
- You will be guided by Nuno, an experienced and enthusiastic urban wildlife ecologist, which will share all his nature stories with you!
- It's good to bring watertight walking shoes - some paths may be muddy and wet - and, if you have, binoculars and/or photo camera (not mandatory).
Looking forward to meet you there!
Let's explore the city's nature!
Nuno (Wild Eindhoven)