Oakland County Parks and Recreation has so many opportunities to get outside and explore this Spring through their many Nature Education Programs. From raising monarch butterflies to grassland birds conservation and discovering more about the mammals of Oakland County, there’s a program for any age and interest. Learn about just one of the many programs you can enjoy at the Oakland County Lewis E. Wint Nature Center:
Interested in the amphibians program featured in the video? Register now for an ‘Evening of Amphibians’ on May 6th. Find more programs on the Nature Education Program schedule to get your hands dirty with animals, gardening, bird identification, and more. Sign up today to ‘Tune Your Tot Into Spring,’ learn about native plant ecology, or take a hike with a naturalist to identify Spring birds singing in the trees.
Oakland County’s Nature Education Programs know no boundaries and are held not only at Red Oaks Nature Center, Wint Nature Center, but also outside at the 13 park locations. Pre-registration is required and park entry fees may apply, but entrance fees are waived if the participant is attending a paid Nature Education Program.
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