Metroparks Monthly Program Listing for February 2019

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Calendar Listings for Metroparks Toledo

February 2019

List of Programs

SNOWSHOE POP-UPS (Various Metroparks)

You never know what can "pop up" in winter! Sometimes, conditions are just right for a fun snowshoe adventure in our beautiful Metroparks. These fun winter wonderland escapes will be posted on short notice, so keep your eyes peeled! Snowshoeing programs will occur at different Metroparks in our area, so you'll be able to enjoy a variety of local natural spaces! Please register here to be added to our email list so you can be informed when they happen! However, please note that receiving email updates do not register you for any pop-up programs. You'll need to register for each adventure individually when you receive an email alert. Free, Reservations, Code 105514501

Friday, February 1

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Saturday, February 2

PINE MANAGEMENT WALK
Oak Openings Preserve, Mallard Lake parking lot, 10 to 11 a.m.
Pine trees planted decades ago as a way to prevent soil erosion are now reaching the end of their life span. Areas of pine trees are being removed in Oak Openings to restore significant rare habitats and native species. Learn about the project through a walk with Metroparks Natural Resources and Education staff to see some of the areas impacted. Free, Reservations, Code 504402101

MAUMEE VALLEY ADVENTURERS TRAVEL CIRCLE: THE MIDDLE OF THE MAP
Wildwood, Ward Pavilion (East Entrance), 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Join Maumee Valley Adventurers on Saturdays for a hike from 1 to 2 p.m., and stay for an interesting travel program at 2:15 p.m. Enjoy your Metroparks! No Reservations Needed. Free, Code 100001602

GROUNDHOG DAY
Wildwood Preserve, Metroparks Hall, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Is spring just around the corner? Or will we have 6 more weeks of winter? Come join us at Wildwood Preserve to explore and learn about this magnificent mammal and the legend that surrounds it. There will be a groundhog walk, crafts, stories, games, and FUN! Please register participating children only. Free, Reservations, Code 104404607

Sunday, February 3

ARCHERY AND FIRESIDE S'MORES
Side Cut, Sledding Hill, 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Ready, aim, fire! Explore the sport of archery with a try-it program, refine your skills with a class, and enjoy fun themed shoots throughout the year. $4, Reservations, Code 105502102

HISTORICAL TOURS OF THE MANOR HOUSE
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 12 to 5 p.m.
How did the Stranahan Estate transform into a Metropark? Hear the story behind the fabled Manor House and grounds on a free 45 minute guided tour of Wildwood's 30,000+ sq. ft., depression-era home. Or simply stop in and walk through the first floor at your own pace. After visiting the Manor House, be sure to save some time to walk through the Ellen Biddle Shipman Garden or hike the trails of Wildwood! Free, Reservations, Code 502201601

ADULT WINTER LEARNING SERIES
Oak Openings Preserve, Buehner Center, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Enrich your knowledge of the natural and cultural history of our region through this weekly lecture series featuring an indoor presentation followed by an optional, short, naturalist led hike. This series runs every Sunday in January, February, and March. Free, Reservations, Code 104404603

Monday, February 4

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, , Code 505510601

Tuesday, February 5

FALLEN TIMBERS BATTLEFIELD PRESERVATION COMMISSION
Fallen Timbers Battlefield, Fallen Timbers Visitor Center, 7 to 9 p.m.
The Battle of Fallen Timbers helped to shape American history. Help shape the future of this fascinating site by participating in Commission meetings. For further questions emails can be sent to [email protected], Julie Wiley President. No Registration Required. Free, Code 500000602

Wednesday, February 6

TODDLER TRAILS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 10 to 11 a.m.
This outdoor, multi-sensory nature play and exploration introduces your toddlers up to three years of age to the natural world and promotes its preservation. Adult companions accompany and assist in their child's experience at the program. Register toddlers only. $2, Reservations, Code 104402102-02

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center
11 a.m. to 12 p.m., Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Thursday, February 7

EVENING HIKING GROUP
Secor Metropark, NCNP parking lot, 6 to 7 p.m.
Missing your post-work walk in the park due to early winter sunsets? Problem solved! The Metroparks offers a weekly evening night hike! Enjoy an invigorating walk with a naturalist guide after the parks are typically closed to the public. Pro-tip: dress for the weather and wear sturdy hiking shoes. As an added bonus, friendly dogs are also welcome to join! Free, Reservations, Code 105510601

WAKE UP WITH THE BIRDS
Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Window and Wildlife, 8 to 8:45 a.m.
Make Thursday mornings your bird watching time! Bring your favorite morning beverage and join us in Wildwood's Window on Wildlife for this informal viewing and interpretation of our feathered friends. At 8:30, we may venture out to take a quick look in nearby trees and meadows (optional). No birding experience necessary. Free, Reservations, Code 504404101

Friday, February 8

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Saturday, February 9

MAUMEE VALLEY ADVENTURERS TRAVEL CIRCLE: EXPLORING HUNGARY: BUDAPEST AND BEYOND
Oak Openings Lodge Entrance, Oak Openings Lodge, 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Join Maumee Valley Adventurers on Saturdays for a hike from 1 to 2 p.m., and stay for an interesting travel program at 2:15 p.m. Enjoy your Metroparks! No Reservations Needed Free, Reservations, Code 100001602

FORUM ON LOCAL AND NATURAL HISTORY RESEARCH
Roger's High School, Roger's High School Auditorium, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
Metroparks is proud to partner with Toledo Public Schools and the Aerospace & Natural Science Academy of Toledo to present this update on natural history and recent research of northwest Ohio's rich natural communities. This year Metroparks welcome as keynote Kent Bekker of the Toledo Zoo, presenting "Lake Sturgeon Recovery Efforts in the Maumee River." Program fee includes all materials, printed summaries of presentations and posters, lunch and refreshments. Reservations required at
 www.metroparkstoledo.com 'Calendar of Programs,' or by calling Metroparks Customer Service at 419-407-9701. For vegetarian lunch option, please make note at time of reservation. Reservations required. $40, Reservations, Code 104404201

Sunday, February 10

HISTORICAL TOURS OF THE MANOR HOUSE
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 12 to 5 p.m.
How did the Stranahan Estate transform into a Metropark? Hear the story behind the fabled Manor House and grounds on a free 45 minute guided tour of Wildwood's 30,000+ sq. ft., depression-era home. Or simply stop in and walk through the first floor at your own pace. After visiting the Manor House, be sure to save some time to walk through the Ellen Biddle Shipman Garden or hike the trails of Wildwood! Free, Reservations, Code 502201601

ADULT WINTER LEARNING SERIES
Oak Openings Preserve, Buehner Center, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Enrich your knowledge of the natural and cultural history of our region through this weekly lecture series featuring an indoor presentation followed by an optional, short, naturalist led hike. This series runs every Sunday in January, February, and March. Free, Reservations, Code 104404603

Monday, February 11

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Tuesday, February 12

STAR STRUCK: MOON VIEWING
Side Cut, Side Cut Siegert Lake, 7 to 9 p.m.
Explore the night sky with a naturalist and discover the science and stories surrounding the celestial bodies. Free, Reservations, Code 104305101

HURRAY FOR HOMESCHOOLERS: TRACKING
Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Metroparks Hall, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
If you're a homeschooling parent struggling for subject matter, look no further than the Metroparks for enriching programming. $4, Reservations, Code 104404614

Wednesday, February 13

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

LADIES' NIGHT OUT: GALENTINE'S DAY
Wildwood Preserve East Entrance, Wildwood Farmhouse, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Ladies, these programs are for you! Grab some gal pals and explore your parks with your girls. $8, Reservations, Code 105516101

Thursday, February 14

PINE MANAGEMENT WALK
Oak Openings Preserve, Mallard Lake parking lot, 10 to 11 a.m.
Pine trees planted decades ago as a way to prevent soil erosion are now reaching the end of their life span. Areas of pine trees are being removed in Oak Openings to restore significant rare habitats and native species. Learn about the project through a walk with Metroparks Natural Resources and Education staff to see some of the areas impacted. Free, Reservations, Code 504402101

EVENING HIKING GROUP
Secor Metropark, NCNP parking lot, 6 to 7 p.m.
Missing your post-work walk in the park due to early winter sunsets? Problem solved! The Metroparks offers a weekly evening night hike! Enjoy an invigorating walk with a naturalist guide after the parks are typically closed to the public. Pro-tip: dress for the weather and wear sturdy hiking shoes. As an added bonus, friendly dogs are also welcome to join! Free, Reservations, Code 105510601

TALES AND TRAILS (AGES 3-5)
Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Metroparks Hall, 10 to 11 a.m.
Park adventures for our youngest park visitors. Preschoolers, toddlers and their guardians enjoy story time, a nature walk and a craft to take home. There is a different theme each session. Please dress for the weather. Register participating children only. $2, Reservations, Code 104404102

WAKE UP WITH THE BIRDS
Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Window and Wildlife, 8 to 8:45 a.m.
Make Thursday mornings your bird watching time! Bring your favorite morning beverage and join us in Wildwood's Window on Wildlife for this informal viewing and interpretation of our feathered friends. At 8:30, we may venture out to take a quick look in nearby trees and meadows (optional). No birding experience necessary. Free, Reservations, Code 504404101

Friday, February 15

NATURE AT NIGHT HIKE: FIERCE PREDATORS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Walk in the park after dark and discover the wonders of the night at a time when parks are normally closed. Dress accordingly for the weather and let's get outside! Free, Reservations, Code 104402602-02

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Saturday, February 16

MAUMEE VALLEY ADVENTURERS TRAVEL CIRCLE: SYRIA: THE CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION
Wildwood Preserve East Entrance, Wildwood Ward Pavilion, 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Join Maumee Valley Adventurers on Saturdays for a hike from 1 to 2 p.m., and stay for an interesting travel program at 2:15 p.m. Enjoy your Metroparks! No Reservations Needed Free, Reservations, Code 100001602-25

TRY IT! ARCHERY: CUPID SHOOT
Oak Openings Preserve, Buehner Center, 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Ready, aim, fire! Explore the sport of archery with a try-it program, refine your skills with a class, and enjoy fun themed shoots throughout the year. $5, Reservations, Code 105502102

I SPY, MANSION STYLE
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 1 to 3 p.m.
How sharp is your eye? The Manor House at Wildwood offers a unique challenge this winter season. Participants will be tasked with finding objects hidden in plain sight in over 30,000 sq. ft. of space! Even for the most observant among us, this is no easy task. Spend an hour or two, or even an entire afternoon searching for these "hidden" treasures. This program is fun for the whole family! Free, Reservations, Code 102202602

NATURE PLAY
Side Cut, Sledding Hill, 1 to 3 p.m.
Are your kids experiencing a bit of cabin fever? Just because it's cold doesn't mean that outdoor play is out of the question! Studies indicate that spending time outdoors has an incredibly positive impact on a child's healthy growth and development. Unofficial studies indicate that there's no better way to beat the wintertime blues than sledding! Free, Reservations, Code 104404105-02

SUPER SMELLY SKUNK CABBAGE
Oak Openings Mallard Lake Area, Mallard Lake Parking, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
What's that smell? It's not a skunk, it's skunk cabbage! Did you know that skunk cabbage is one of the first wildflowers to emerge in the spring? Come learn about this very interesting plant, where it can be found in the Metroparks and the animals that depend on it. Wear sturdy shoes and dress accordingly for the weather. Registration Required. Free, Reservations, Code 104404608-02

Sunday, February 17

5 MILE HIKE
Swan Creek Metropark, Swan Creek Airport Highway Parking Lot, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Explore your trails with Metroparks naturalists. We offer evening hikes, fitness hikes, 5 and 10 mile hikes, and more. Free, Reservations, Code 105515601

HISTORICAL TOURS OF THE MANOR HOUSE
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 12 to 5 p.m.
How did the Stranahan Estate transform into a Metropark? Hear the story behind the fabled Manor House and grounds on a free 45 minute guided tour of Wildwood's 30,000+ sq. ft., depression-era home. Or simply stop in and walk through the first floor at your own pace. After visiting the Manor House, be sure to save some time to walk through the Ellen Biddle Shipman Garden or hike the trails of Wildwood! Free, Reservations, Code 502201601

ADULT WINTER LEARNING SERIES
Oak Openings Preserve, Buehner Center, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Enrich your knowledge of the natural and cultural history of our region through this weekly lecture series featuring an indoor presentation followed by an optional, short, naturalist led hike. This series runs every Sunday in January, February, and March. Free, Reservations, Code 104404603

Wednesday, February 20

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Thursday, February 21

EVENING HIKING GROUP
Secor Metropark, NCNP parking lot, 6 to 7 p.m.
Missing your post-work walk in the park due to early winter sunsets? Problem solved! The Metroparks offers a weekly evening night hike! Enjoy an invigorating walk with a naturalist guide after the parks are typically closed to the public. Pro-tip: dress for the weather and wear sturdy hiking shoes. As an added bonus, friendly dogs are also welcome to join! Free, Reservations, Code 105510601

BEHIND THE SCENES OF STRANLEIGH
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 6 to 9 p.m.
The Manor House at Wildwood Preserve had a previous life as the Stranleigh mansion, a part of the Stranahan Estate. When you visit, you may notice a lot of closed doors. What is behind all of them? Where did the maids work and sleep? How did the kitchens work? Join us for this unique opportunity to see all four floors of the Manor House and discover what life was like there long ago. Small groups will be taken for tours in typically closed areas of the entire house, from the boiler room to the attic! Bring your family and enjoy light refreshments at the end of your journey. $10, Reservations, Code 102202601

WAKE UP WITH THE BIRDS
Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Window and Wildlife, 8 to 8:45 a.m.
Make Thursday mornings your bird watching time! Bring your favorite morning beverage and join us in Wildwood's Window on Wildlife for this informal viewing and interpretation of our feathered friends. At 8:30, we may venture out to take a quick look in nearby trees and meadows (optional). No birding experience necessary. Free, Reservations, Code 504404101

Friday, February 22

CALLING ALL SCOUTS! JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS, DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Pearson North Entrance, Pearson North Johlin Cabin, 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Check out all our great Scouting programs! If you have a whole troop that will be participating, please consider a private, requested program. You can request from our website under
 www.metroparkstoledo.com. Click Discover and Request a Group Program. These programs are designed for scouts, but any child can participate. $8, Reservations, Code 105509610-02

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Saturday, February 23

PINE MANAGEMENT WALK
Oak Openings Preserve, Mallard Lake parking lot, 10 to 11 a.m.
Pine trees planted decades ago as a way to prevent soil erosion are now reaching the end of their life span. Areas of pine trees are being removed in Oak Openings to restore significant rare habitats and native species. Learn about the project through a walk with Metroparks Natural Resources and Education staff to see some of the areas impacted. Free, Reservations, Code 504402101

KAYAK BASICS
University of Toledo, University of Toledo Rec Center, 6 to 8 p.m.
Become a better, safer paddler with Metroparks Paddle Sports Classes. Explore valuable paddling safety topics, hone your skills and learn new strokes, or practice rescue situations in a safe environment. Different classes have different topics and areas of focus; please read individual class descriptions. $15, Reservations, Code 105501103

I SURVIVED THE TOWPATH TRAIL
Providence Historic Area, Providence Canal/Mill Parking Lot, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Shake off those winter blahs by conquering the best winter trail hike in the region. Layered clothing and good footwear recommended. Knuckleheads Kafe' is providing food to warm you up after your five-mile hike. A shuttle bus returns hikers to Providence. Free, Reservations Required. Free, Reservations, Code 108801601

MAUMEE VALLEY ADVENTURERS TRAVEL CIRCLE: AUSTRALIA: 28 DAYS COAST TO COAST TO COAST TO COAST
Oak Openings Lodge Entrance, Oak Openings Lodge, 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Join Maumee Valley Adventurers on Saturdays for a hike from 1 to 2 p.m., and stay for an interesting travel program at 2:15 p.m. Enjoy your Metroparks! No Reservations Needed Free, Reservations, Code 100001602

BEHIND THE SCENES OF STRANLEIGH
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The Manor House at Wildwood Preserve had a previous life as the Stranleigh mansion, a part of the Stranahan Estate. When you visit, you may notice a lot of closed doors. What is behind all of them? Where did the maids work and sleep? How did the kitchens work? Join us for this unique opportunity to see all four floors of the Manor House and discover what life was like there long ago. Small groups will be taken for tours in typically closed areas of the entire house, from the boiler room to the attic! Bring your family and enjoy light refreshments at the end of your journey. $10, Reservations, Code 102202601

Sunday, February 24

FAMILY HIKE: TRACKING
Westwinds Metropark, Westwinds Parking Lot, 2 to 3 p.m.
Enjoy an afternoon stroll with the whole family while on a guided nature tour with a park interpreter and experience your favorite Metroparks from new perspectives. Free, Reservations, Code 104402603-02

HISTORICAL TOURS OF THE MANOR HOUSE
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 12 to 5 p.m.
How did the Stranahan Estate transform into a Metropark? Hear the story behind the fabled Manor House and grounds on a free 45 minute guided tour of Wildwood's 30,000+ sq. ft., depression-era home. Or simply stop in and walk through the first floor at your own pace. After visiting the Manor House, be sure to save some time to walk through the Ellen Biddle Shipman Garden or hike the trails of Wildwood! Free, Reservations, Code 502201601

BEHIND THE SCENES OF STRANLEIGH
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House, 6 to 9 p.m.
The Manor House at Wildwood Preserve had a previous life as the Stranleigh mansion, a part of the Stranahan Estate. When you visit, you may notice a lot of closed doors. What is behind all of them? Where did the maids work and sleep? How did the kitchens work? Join us for this unique opportunity to see all four floors of the Manor House and discover what life was like there long ago. Small groups will be taken for tours in typically closed areas of the entire house, from the boiler room to the attic! Bring your family and enjoy light refreshments at the end of your journey. $10, Reservations, Code 102202601

ADULT WINTER LEARNING SERIES
Oak Openings Preserve, Buehner Center, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Enrich your knowledge of the natural and cultural history of our region through this weekly lecture series featuring an indoor presentation followed by an optional, short, naturalist led hike. This series runs every Sunday in January, February, and March. Free, Reservations, Code 104404603

Monday, February 25

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Tuesday, February 26

GET TO KNOW YOUR TRAILS
Secor Metropark, NCNP parking lot, 1 to 2 p.m.
Get outside yourself and get on the trails with a park naturalist. We will look at the flora and fauna of Northwest Ohio as we explore a new trail each month. This is a great way to experience our beautiful Metroparks and all they have to offer us. Please wear sturdy shoes and dress according to the weather. Registration Required. Free, Reservations, Code 104402601-02

Wednesday, February 27

GOOD HEALTH WALKS
Wildwood Preserve, Metz Visitor Center, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Take a brisk walk on park trails to increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing. This is a 50 minute walk and covers over 2 miles at a quick walking pace. No Registration Required. Free, Code 505510601

Thursday, February 28

PINE MANAGEMENT WALK
Oak Openings Preserve, Mallard Lake parking lot, 10 to 11 a.m.
Pine trees planted decades ago as a way to prevent soil erosion are now reaching the end of their life span. Areas of pine trees are being removed in Oak Openings to restore significant rare habitats and native species. Learn about the project through a walk with Metroparks Natural Resources and Education staff to see some of the areas impacted. Free, Reservations, Code 504402101

CALLING ALL SCOUTS! BOY SCOUTS, FISH AND WILDLIFE MERIT BADGE
Oak Openings Lodge Entrance, Oak Openings Lodge, 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Check out all our great Scouting programs! If you have a whole troop that will be participating, please consider a private, requested program. You can request from our website under
 www.metroparkstoledo.com. Click Discover and Request a Group Program. These programs are designed for scouts, but any child can participate. $13, Reservations, Code 105509101

EVENING HIKING GROUP
Secor Metropark, NCNP parking lot, 6 to 7 p.m.
Missing your post-work walk in the park due to early winter sunsets? Problem solved! The Metroparks offers a weekly evening night hike! Enjoy an invigorating walk with a naturalist guide after the parks are typically closed to the public. Pro-tip: dress for the weather and wear sturdy hiking shoes. As an added bonus, friendly dogs are also welcome to join! Free, Reservations, Code 105510601

TALES AND TRAILS (AGES 3-5), Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Metroparks Hall, 10 to 11 a.m., Park adventures for our youngest park visitors. Preschoolers, toddlers and their guardians enjoy story time, a nature walk and a craft to take home. There is a different theme each session. Please dress for the weather. Register participating children only. $2, Reservations, Code 104404102

WAKE UP WITH THE BIRDS, Wildwood Preserve, Wildwood Window and Wildlife, 8 to 8:45 a.m., Make Thursday mornings your bird watching time! Bring your favorite morning beverage and join us in Wildwood's Window on Wildlife for this informal viewing and interpretation of our feathered friends. At 8:30, we may venture out to take a quick look in nearby trees and meadows (optional). No birding experience necessary. Free, Reservations, Code 504404101



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