Having just returned to Georgia after a 1000 mile drive I was pretty wiped out but I learned that the preserve was still open until this coming Saturday and I decided to go. I have been coming here for years, and I was truly impressed with the many trail improvements that have been done and all of the upgrades to the preserve. There is so much to learn, and the preserve has made a very good effort at education with lots of signs that were designed to help people understand the ecological importance of the preserve. This is a truly special place! I spent the afternoon trying to take the best photographs I could to highlight the beauty of the place!

In one of the photographs, you will see a highway. To the left of the highway is the actual preserve.

Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve 2018

On Tuesday February 6th I visited The Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve in Whigham Georgia. I arrived a little after 2 pm and it was sunny, dry and 75 degrees F. I was also the only visitor all afternoon and I spent two hours slowly walking the well marked trails taking pictures.Trillium maculatum blooming away.
below is a rare 4 leaved Trillium maculatumThe volunteers did a great job marking the trails and creating signage. Many of the signs described the plants and trees.
The Bluestem Dwarf Palmetto graced the lower trail along the creek