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The volunteers of Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve are hoping to open to the public this weekend, weather permitting. “If the weather changes, we will post on the Facebook page. Please check this page daily as we will monitor conditions and keep everyone informed,” states Margaret Tyson, volunteer. “At this time, the lower trail is closed and the gates will remain closed this week due to expected rain.” Tyson says those with questions may post them via the Facebook page, and she says one of the volunteers will respond. Due to COVID-19, planned tours are not being scheduled, however, once opened there will be volunteers on site to assist visitors. Wolf Creek is a “140-acre conservation area protecting many acres of Trout Lillies and Trilliums that only bloom late January through March.” Prime viewing of the trout lilies is between 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. To get there from Cairo, starting at the intersection of Broad Street and U.S. 84, travel west on 84 5.6 miles. Look for the brown signs identifying the preserve. Turn left onto Wolf Creek Road, and at the top of the hill on the left will be a gate to enter the parking area.