Calling all nature explorers to join us for April’s Interactive Trail event where we will explore all things birds! Join staff and volunteers from Audubon and the US Army Corps of Engineers for this day full of trailside learning activities all about the benefits native plants and pollinators (our special plant helpers) have to our world and discover that they come in many shapes and sizes. Enjoy family friendly activities, discover new native plants, and find out what makes them so great for birds! Enjoy a family hike as you locate native plants and birds along the trails at Riverlands!
This event happens on Saturday, May 8th between 10a-12p. Activity stations will be set up outside the Audubon Center along our trails. Between the hours of 10a-12p, volunteers and staff will passively guide activity stations. You can arrive any time in that window and jump right into the fun. We ask that visitors over 8 years old wear masks and maintain social distance from other groups throughout the morning.
This event is free and open to the public.
Please note that our Center is not currently open to the public. However, restrooms are available at the picnic pavilion on Riverlands Way just down from the center. This event will be cancelled in case of rain