Birds of a feather…host events together! We’re collaborating with other nature-focused groups to spread the word: there are all sorts of fun nature events in southeast Indiana. For instance:
March 17 – Geology Exploration Weekend – Falls of the Ohio State Park (Clarksville)
Learn to ID fossils, look through microscopes, and play games. Details here.
March 19 – Frog Day – Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge (Madison)
Meet at Krueger Lake County Park at 10am. Wear your rain boots and dress for exploring outdoors. Last year, we caught bullfrogs, touched salamander eggs, and used nets to look for tadpoles! Questions? Call 812.273.0783.
March 24 – Spring Waterfowl Migration Field Trip – Oxbow, Inc. Nature Preserves (Lawrenceburg)
Come see Spring Waterfowl migration at its peak! Details here.
March 31 – Once in a Blue Moon Hike – Charlestown State Park (Charlestown)
Set out on a night hike to see the Blue Moon!. Details here.
April 3-6 – Art in Nature Classes – Versailles State Park (Versailles)
Recycled art, kids classes, wood turning, and more. Details here.
April 11 – Indiana’s Ice Age – Falls of the Ohio State Park (Clarksville)
Learn how Indiana and the Ohio River valley were formed by ice and water. Details here.
April 14 – Nature Trivia – Amack’s Well (Batesville)
Join OHC to admire the photo contest winners and try your hand at nature trivia!
April 15 – Garlic Mustard Pull – Clifty Falls State Park (Madison)
Bring some friends and some elbow grease – we need help pulling this invasive species! Details here.
April 20 – Bird Tour at Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge (Madison)
Show up bright at early (7am) for this fantastic tour! Bring your binoc’s, your curiosity, and your lunch. Questions? Call 812.273.0783.
April 21 – Bluebell Wildflower Walk – Oak Heritage Conservancy (Seymour)
We’ll try to catch the bluebells at their peak with this wildflower walk.
April 22 – Earth Day – Clifty Falls State Park (Madison)
Celebrate our home and enjoy a day at Clifty Falls! Details here.
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Do you know of other nature events that we should list? Does your group host programs in nature? We’d love to hear from you. Contact us today.