Stony Creek Metropark Nature Center is situated along Stony Creek, within the Clinton River Watershed. The watershed and its history are explored through interpretive exhibits focusing on landforms carved by the last Glacial Age, the First Peoples and Settlers who called this area home. See live native animals and taxidermy examples of local wildlife. Explore trails shaped by ice sheets 10,000 years ago as you walk through wetland areas, hardwood forest, restored prairie, old fields, along ponds and Stony Creek. The Nature Center also offers self-guided nature trails, Certified Quality Naturalist Interpreter-led programming and other unique educational opportunities, including guided hikes, opportunities to paddle a 34-foot Voyager canoe, animal encounters, nature investigations and more.
9:30 am Networking
10am-Noon Guided Quality Classroom Nature Tour and Nature Walk
Credits: 0.5 RUs
Questions contact Steve Leggett 586.354.5256 or email@example.com
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