Introduce your little ones to nature’s wonders while enjoying stories, crafts, songs, and outdoor activities together. Dress for the weather, arrive by start time. For families; groups must schedule a trip.
Animal talks, honey extraction, apple cider pressing, food, music and more! Canoe rides available too, weather and tide permitting. Marsh Mucker Obstacle Course for kids ($5/pp to register). Free admission and parking. Don’t miss it!
Join us on Saturday, Oct. 28th, for a special edition of Pokemon Late Night Madness. We will tap into the special Halloween theme currently running in Pokemon Go! We will re-open gates at **7 pm** and place lures at all of the 7 Pokestops that make a nice 5 minute walk around our parking lot. […]CONTINUE READING →
Marshy Point’s Fall event calendar (covering Sept. to Nov.) is now online. Events include: – Trail Guide Training (Sept. 13-15) – Marshy Point’s 10th Annual Fall Festival (Sept. 23rd) – Pre-K Nature Drop-Ins (Mondays mornings, except Sept. 4th and Oct. 9th) – Multiple canoe trips and campfires – Sunday birdwalks (Sept. 10th, Oct. 8th, and […]CONTINUE READING →
The American kestrel may be one of North America’s smallest birds of prey, but they are still formidable predators. About the size of a mourning dove, kestrels are members of the genus Falco that includes merlins and peregrine falcons. Kestrels prey on grasshoppers, other insects, small rodents, and small birds. They will hunt both meadows […]CONTINUE READING →