We have an exciting slate of events planned for you as we celebrate Earth Month this April. We hope you can join us as we get out to enjoy nature and continue learning about the amazing plant and animal diversity we are all working hard to preserve and restore.
Admission is free for 2023 MCC Members! (Update your membership here)
Stream Ecology 101: April 1st, 10 AM @ Sargent Road Nature Park
Join us as we take a look below the surface to learn about the amazing and often unnoticed biodiversity living in our streams. Darters, sculpins, shiners, salamanders, crayfish, dragonflies, macro-invertebrates and more!
Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers 101: April 16th, 3 PM @ MCC Easements
Join us as we take a guided tour of several Mud Creek Conservancy Conservation Easements and Private Woodlands in search of spring ephemerals. We will observe, photograph and learn about these beautiful native wildflowers and their pollinator relationships. We will also learn about invasive species that threaten their existence and how we can restore and enhance our woodland habitats.
Spring Migration Birding w/ Wes Homoya: April 22nd, 8 AM @ Sargent Road Nature Park
Whether you are an avid bird-watcher, photographer or simply looking to learn and experience nature in a new way, you don't want to miss this opportunity! Local and international birding guide, Wes Homoya, will guide participants through a variety of habitats along the 1.5 mile trail, observing and learning about the amazing bird diversity at this special urban sanctuary.
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