Learn about the stories animals leave behind in their tracks. We’ll provide the materials to make an animal track tee shirt. $5 per person, $4 members.
The Salamander Room, Tales of the Possum’s Tail, and 8 Moons on Turtle’s Back. Bring your little ones for a snack and a story about one of our animal friends.
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.
Jump in solo or as a team! Sign-in from 12 noon to 1:30 pm (both pre-registrations and walk-up registrations welcome). There will be free games, activities, and animals to see beforehand. The Plunge will be at 2 pm. All proceeds to benefit Marshy Point’s many activities, including animal care, programs, and exhibits. For information, see […]
Explore the estuary and more with our expert bird watchers.
The Spring 2015 edition of our newsletter, Cattails, is now available online. Check it out! Marshy Point’s Spring event calendar (covering March to May) is also online. MPNC Summer Camp dates and registration information were distributed to MPNCC members in mid-February. Information will be announced to the public (and posted to this web site) on […]CONTINUE READING →
Congratulations to Rebecca Ward who won the 2015 Popsicle Plunge logo contest! Rebecca’s artwork will be featured on Plunge shirts and other items. For more information about this year’s Plunge on March 7th—and/or to participate or sponsor a plunger—check out the event page!CONTINUE READING →
Registration is now open for the 9th Annual Popsicle Plunge, to be held on Saturday, March 7th, at Rocky Point Park! Join us for a fun dip in the Gunpowder, or help sponsor a plunger. Forms are available at the Nature Center and online. All money raised benefits Marshy Point activities, including animal care, programs, […]CONTINUE READING →
Marshy Point is home to a domestic turkey that wanders the area around the nature center with our chickens, but several dozen wild turkeys also roam our woods. Turkeys are native to the Americas and are one of the few animals domesticated by Native Americans in Central America and the Southern United States. Although wild […]CONTINUE READING →