Bull frogs, green frogs, and leopard frogs inhabit the wetlands of Marshy Point. Join a Naturalist as we stalk them in their own haunts. Wear shoes and clothes that can get muddy and wet. Bring a flashlight.
Osprey, eagles, and herons all hunt for fish. Do they compete with each other? Find out on this trip. Ages 8 and older. $7 per person, $5 for members. Bring your binoculars or we’ll provide them. Space is limited. Registration required.
Longs Creek isn’t too long but there are some interesting rock formations along the way. Near Rocky Point Park, call for directions. $7 per person, $5 for members. Ages 8 and older. Space is limited. Registration required.
The Summer 2015 edition of our newsletter, Cattails, is now available online. Check it out! Marshy Point’s Summer event calendar (covering June to August) is also online.CONTINUE READING →
Marshy Point has nearly doubled its trail system! Enjoy the warm weather and come explore! You can view the 2015 trail map online; print copies are available in the Nature Center.CONTINUE READING →
Among all life on earth, amphibians are unique in representing a bridge between aquatic and terrestrial organisms. The word amphibian itself is from the ancient Greek for “two lives.” The current thinking in biology is that amphibians were among the first animals to leave the water and live on land. However, all amphibians are tied […]CONTINUE READING →