Fall Equinox Observation
Hanging Rock Conservation Area—Redfield
Friday, September 22
6:30 a.m. to sunrise
Join us, at 6:30 a.m., to observe the Equinox sunrise on the astronomical clock at Hanging Rock. Learn about the clock, its history and pause to consider the celestial waltz of the seasons as we celebrate this wild day.
Antlers, morels and wildflowers – oh my!
- Date: 03/26/2017 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
- Location: Kuehn Conservation Area
- Introduction: Spring is a great time to hike through the prairies and forests at Kuehn
Spring is a great time to hike through the prairies and forests at Kuehn. On this special day, a naturalist, natural resource manager and volunteers will be on hand to offer tips, tricks and advice in finding and appreciating some of our bounty of spring treasures, including deer antlers, morel mushrooms and spring wildflowers. Since nature is in charge, we cannot guarantee what we will find, but the fun is in the search. This program is geared for families. Wear appropriate shoes and clothes for hiking through brush. This program is weather dependent. Pre-registration is encouraged. FREE.