Learn the history of this important day, then help the naturalist plant and mulch our trees.
Introduce your little ones to nature’s wonders while enjoying stories, crafts, games, songs, and outdoor activities together. Dress for the weather, arrive by start time. This program is for families. Groups must call the office to schedule a trip.
Joyce Kelley, a landscape architect, will discuss shoring up our shorelines and keeping that “water view” with native plants, even when you don’t have waterfront property. All are welcome. Light refreshments compliments of the Marshy Point Nature Center Council.
Join a naturalist to carve up some handy, decorative wood crafts. All materials provided. $3, $2 for members.
Get a “bird’s eye view” of an osprey pair and their nest atop a platform on the Dundee Creek near Marshy Point! Marshy Point’s new solar-powered “osprey cam” offers a 24-7 view of the osprey platform. Shortly after the camera was installed, an osprey pair built a nest on the site. Take a look and […]CONTINUE READING →
Celebrate Spring and nature at our Spring Festival on Saturday, April 16th, from 10 am to 4 pm! Enjoy live music, food, kids’ games and crafts, guided hikes and canoe rides, and more. Rain or shine. Entrance and parking are free.CONTINUE READING →
As Winter begins to give way to the mud season, the fluctuations between freezing nights and days in the 40s and 50s cause something magical to happen in the natural world. These conditions make maple sap begin to flow and trickle out of any natural or man-made hole in a maple tree. Native Americans took […]CONTINUE READING →