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The Winter is a wonderful time to learn about the fascinating field of birdwatching. For novices or even for seasoned birders, there is always something new to discover. Join Brian Schneider, one of the Aldo Leopold's Nature Center's expert naturalists in a presentation on birdwatching basics, exploring everything from the reasons that this activity is so popular to basic equipment, best practices, Q & A, support resources, and more. Learn everything you'll need to launch your own bird watching quest whether it be in your own backyard or on an outdoor journey to "follow the birds." For adults and teens.
Nature Explorers: Kids Naturally Story & Activity Hour
Today, we explore mud!
Mud, mud, marvelous mud! Playing in mud is not only fun but makes for healthier, happier kids. Join us for some indoor mud play. Feel free to get messy. Soap and water provided.
A free nature education program. Youth Services Coordinator, Karen Wendt along with Wisconsin Master Naturalist, Deborah Proctor and various guest presenters will entertain families with children's books about nature and wildlife at a special event that is part of a monthly series “Nature Explorers! Kids Naturally.”
Regarding the importance for children to learn about nature through books and hands on experiences, Master Naturalist Deborah Proctor states “..........
Participants are encouraged to wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for indoor/outdoor exploration. Registration of one contact person is encouraged, so we can alert you if there are any changes to our plans. Walk-ins are welcome. Siblings are invited to attend.
Why? “If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder… he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement and mystery of the world we live in.” – Rachel Carson, The Sense of Wonder