The Michigan Nature Association is inviting nature lovers to join them on a wildflower tour of Jasper Woods Nature Sanctuary in St. Clair County on Sunday, May 26 at 10 a.m. This event is free and open to the general public. Sanctuary steward Bill Atkinson, of St. Clair County, will lead the hike through this high-quality forested sanctuary. The most prominent features of this sanctuary are the groves of hemlock in the southern portion. Red, white and painted trillium also reside there, along with various species of shrubs, flowering plants and ferns. “The Wildflower Walkabout provides attendees with the unique opportunity to experience Michigan’s stunning wildflowers, while learning about the natural habitats that surround them from an experienced guide,” said Garret Johnson, MNA executive director. The entire Wildflower Walkabout series includes seven MNA nature sanctuaries ranging from the southern border of Michigan all the way into the Keweenaw Peninsula. Each sanctuary was chosen for its unique wildflowers and planned during the optimal time for viewing and photographing. Attendees are encouraged to share their wildflower photos on MNA’s Facebook page and connect with people from all seven Wildflower Walkabouts. To register for one or more of the Wildflower Walkabouts, email email@example.com or call (866) 223-2231.