Meet Mr. Biter the owl and learn about the adaptations of these nocturnal hunters, then enjoy smores by the campfire. $3 person, $2 members.
Join our very own artist-in-residence to sketch the beauty of the season. All materials provided. $3 per person, $2 members.
People have been using materials available in the environment to catch small game for thousands of years. Our naturalist will show you how to make some of the most common types.
Next drop-in is Monday, December 29th.
The Winter 2014 edition of our newsletter, Cattails, is now available online. Read about our upcoming Holiday Celebration, Winter Speaker Series, Popsicle Plunge, Director’s and President’s reports, nature articles, and much more.CONTINUE READING →
To view the full schedule and registration information for December 2014 through February 2015, check out our Winter 2014 Event Calendar. Print copies are also available at the Nature Center. Advance registration is required for all 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 →