On October 2, the fifth grade from the Mozart School
went to the Arnold Arboretum.
We walked up Hemlock Hill and saw lots of Hemlock trees, and other
Evergreens. Also we saw Birch trees with Wooly Adelgids.
Wooly Adelgids are tiny tree animals. We measured trees
on the hill. We were in four different groups, each led by two experts
from the Arnold Arboretum. At the end of the tour we had our lunch on the
grass by the entrance.