Autumn Rierson Michael, left, executive director of the Davidson Lands Conservancy, watches as naturalist Reed Patterson, right, explains the rock formation known as “Whale Rock” to the group in the Runneymede Conservation Easement on Nov. 8.
Autumn Rierson Michael, left, executive director of the Davidson Lands Conservancy, watches as naturalist Reed Patterson, right, explains the rock formation known as “Whale Rock” to the group in the Runneymede Conservation Easement on Nov. 8. Marty Price Marty Price
Autumn Rierson Michael, left, executive director of the Davidson Lands Conservancy, watches as naturalist Reed Patterson, right, explains the rock formation known as “Whale Rock” to the group in the Runneymede Conservation Easement on Nov. 8. Marty Price Marty Price