MAYFIELD – Hundreds of people turned out here Saturday morning for the fifth annual winter woodlot tour.
© Brad Works - Journal Pioneer
Many children were enjoying the rope walk through the trees at the 2014 P.E.I. Winter Woodlot tour.
The free event features numerous displays and activities including birds of prey, chainsaw maintenance, tree identification, native wildlife, sleigh rides and snowshoeing among many others.
The activities allow visitors to learn about woodlot and watershed management, and see woodcarvers performing their craft, and experience a taste of winter with apple cider and maple products.
This year’s event took place under sunny skies at My Mothers Country Inn and was hosted by the PEI Model Forest program and its partners.
The site changes every year and organizers say it is always evolving.