n this episode, we talk with Mark Benjamin from Seneca Meadows, and Mitchell Rigano, educator at the Education Center and Wetlands Complex. Upcoming events include:
- FALL NATURE JOURNALING Sat 9/24 from 11-12:30 at the Wetlands Preserve. Welcome Fall with personal time with journals in our preserve. Bring back your journal from our Spring Nature Journaling event or join us for your first time! Acorn Designs journals will be provided to record your observations and reflections.
- RADIO TRACKING BIRD MIGRATION WITH THE MOTUS WILDLIFE TRACKING SYSTEM Sat 9/24 at the Education Center. Did you know a Blackpoll Warbler is so efficient that it gets the equivalent of 720,000 miles to the gallon? Learn how scientists track migration patterns for birds and how this data is useful for studying birds.
- TALES FROM THE OAK Sat 9/24 from 2-3:30 at the Education Center. Walk as a group to our stately oak tree on Oak Pass. Stories will be read aloud as we sit in the vicinity of this giant elder.
- FALL TROMP THROUGH THE LEAVES Sat 10/8 from 11-1 at the Wetlands Preserve. Tromp? Yes, tromp. Shuffle your feet through leaves as they rustle about. Enjoy a stroll in the preserve as a group.
- OPEN HOUSE Sat 10/15 from 11-1 at the Education Center. Join us for free ice cream (while supplies last) and visit with a live falcon! Also during the open house, there will be kids’ activities and nature exhibits with Audubon educator Mitch Rigano. Free. No registration is required.