Become a citizen-scientist in one of our longest-running programs, the winter bird count. Beginners pair up with experienced birders to find nuthatches, chickadees, red-tailed hawks, even the occasional bald eagle.
Grab your hiking shoes for a naturalist-led exploration with your little ones on Saturday morning.
During this guided hike, we will see some of the biggest trees in our forest – some over 13’ around!
Opening to the public on January 25, the artists in this exhibition seek a profound connection through their work, asking how can art help us to know, value, and steward the rivers around us.
Learn about the curriculum, philosophy, and values of our nature-based preschool and kindergarten program.
Save on birdseed, seed mixes, and suet—in quantities from 4-50 lb. bags. Members receive 20% off birdseed and non-members receive 10% off birdseed.
We inaugurate our Year of Water by inviting the region’s foremost water experts to share their insights into the perils and promise of water.
Meet some of our rehabilitated owls and learn about some of the physical and behavioral characteristics that make owls the exceptional hunters they are. After that, we’ll grab our flashlights and take a walk, searching for those elusive birds.
If you’d like to help with this year’s Toad Detour, join us for this orientation.
From fires to forts to foraging, we’ll learn to survive the harsh winter!