Enjoy a free concert from 7-7:45pm, create a craft to take home, enter a giveaway, and view the stars and visible planets. Hot dogs, marshmallows, and water provided. Bring your telescope and share your knowledge.
Learn all about hummingbirds. Watch as we capture, band, and release wild birds. Co-sponsored by Decatur Audubon.
Learn about monarch butterflies from naturalists, then help capture and tag live butterflies.
Homeschoolers are invited to join a naturalist as we learn about skeletons, which animals have them and why, and take a short hike to look for some vertebrates.
Take a trip to Fort Daniel Conservation Area to look at the full moon and walk through the forest, illuminated only by the moon itself. Register online by September 13.
Join a naturalist as we read stories about nature and wildlife, then take a short hike. Learn about coneflowers in September.
Young children are invited to make a fun, nature-themed fall craft to take home and display. Register online by September 20.
Ride your bicycle for habitat restoration! This bicycling fundraiser for the Macon County Conservation Foundation supports local wildlife and natural areas.
Help harvest native wildflower seeds from Rock Springs to improve the quality of habitat at other sites.
Due to restoration work on the Trobaugh-Good House in 2018, some dirt was removed from under the home. Learn a little about archaeology and help staff and volunteers sift through this dirt that has laid undisturbed for over 100 years.
Take a naturalist-guided hike through a variety of habitats and discover all of the ways that nature changes in the fall. Register online by October 11.
Join a naturalist as we read stories about nature and wildlife, then take a short hike. Learn about prairie roses in October.
Learn about sound by listening to and identifying sounds in a prairie habitat. Register online by November 15.
Join a naturalist as we read stories about nature and wildlife, then take a short hike. Learn about goldenrod in November.
Learn about the life of a wild turkey and make a turkey craft to take home. Register online by November 29.