Wear waterproof boots and join a naturalist in search of Marshy Point’s amphibians.
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.
Since Colonial times the Chesapeake Bay has been central to the development of our region. David Neumann will share his experience and knowledge. All are welcome. Light refreshments compliments of Marshy Point Nature Center Council.
Persons who enjoy nature, children, and the Chesapeake Bay are needed as volunteer Trail Guides for schools visiting the Nature Center. Each day of Trail Guide training features new subjects and techniques for enjoying the great outdoors, learning about nature, and teaching children about nature. Five dollars ($5) per person for the whole training. Registration […]
Now through March 31st, show Marshy Point some love by making a donation at the register at the Macy’s store at White Marsh Mall. Macy’s will match every dollar you donate, up to $250,000 total! The national ‘Love Your Park‘ promotion is sponsored by Macy’s and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA).CONTINUE READING →
With another fresh blanket of snow on the ground after an especially cold and snowy winter, one of the first and noisiest signs of Spring has been delayed this year. However, a few days of warmer temperatures will be enough to bring out the wood frog and begin an amphibian breeding season that will last […]CONTINUE READING →
Seldom seen, sometimes heard, and surrounded by stories and myth, few animals are as familiar yet mysterious as owls. When darkness falls, humans often head indoors and flip on the lights, but owls ready their wings and hunt for dinner. Owls are well-adapted to their nocturnal lifestyle. While rarely seen, their silent flight, large eyes, […]CONTINUE READING →