Explore the estuary and more with our expert bird watchers.
Next drop-in is Monday, March 16th.
Wildflowers are often hitchhikers from Europe. They have interesting names and stories. Join us to discover where they hide. Meet at Eastern Regional Park (11723 Eastern Avenue, 21220).
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.
The 9th Annual Popsicle Plunge scheduled for Saturday March 7th has been cancelled. The waters surrounding Rocky Point are completely iced-in and present safety concerns. Unfortunately, there are too many pieces that need to fall into place for an event like this, so we cannot reschedule this year. [Logo by Rebecca Ward, who won the […]CONTINUE READING →
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 →
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 →