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  • Photo by Erin Belcher Harbinger-of-Spring or Pepper and Salt spring flowers at Fogwell Forest.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Turkey tail shelf mushroom can be seen at ACRES Land Trust's Fogwell Forest preserve at 9999 Whippoorwill Drive in Fort Wayne. Spring wildflowers are expected to peak near the end of April.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Shelf mushroom at Bicentennial Woods.  

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Thorns and moss at Bicentennial Woods preserve.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Creek flowing through Bicentennial Woods.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Ravine leads into Cedar Creek at the Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette A creek flows through ACRES Land Trust's Bicentennial Woods preserve at 340 E. Shoaff Road in Huntertown on its way to Cedar Creek.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Shelf mushroom at Fogwell Forest.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette A creek flows through Bicentennial Woods preserve in Huntertown, on its way to Cedar Creek. 

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette ACRES Land Trust's Fogwell Forest preserve at 9999 Whippoorwill Drive in Fort Wayne.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Leaves on a beech tree have lasted through the winter and into spring at the Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Spring wildflowers, such as Dutchmans breeches, can be seen at the Bicentennial Woods preserve in Huntertown.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Trillium can be seen at ACRES Land Trust's Bicentennial Woods preserve at 426 W. Shoaff Road in Huntertown.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Budding buckeye tree at Fogwell Forest.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Shelf mushroom on a dead tree at Fogwell Forest.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Moss and spring flowers are popping up through the leaves at Fogwell Forest.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Cut-leaved toothwort are in bloom at Fogwell Forest at 9999 Whippoorwill Drive. The forest is part of ACRES Land Trust preserves in Fort Wayne. Spring wildflower displays are expected to peak near the end of April.  

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Purple springcrest at Fogwell Forest at 9999 Whippoorwill Drive in Fort Wayne. Spring wildflowers are expected to peak near the end of April.

  • Photo by Erin Belcher Budding buckeye tree at Fogwell Forest.  

Sunday, April 16, 2017 12:01 am

Spring in the woods

Spring flowers and other signs of spring at ACRES Land Trusts Bicentennial Woods and Fogwell Forest.