APRIL: Join us in April as we celebrate Earth Day on the nature preserve, learn all about ways to improve the natural world around us and even take home a potted native wildflower for your home garden!
MAY: Join us as we strap on our rain boots and go exploring near the pond and water ways in search of amphibians that live on the preserve, such as frogs, salamanders & fish. Join us!
“Meet the Owls” Event April 29th 1pm & 3:30pm
The five (5) new owls who now reside on the nature center preserve are settled in their temporary location at the Stage Nature Center and are ready to meet the public. The public will get their first opportunity to meet all five (5) of the owls at the “Meet The Owls” event.
At this event, the public will learn fun facts about each of the owls, discover their personalities and hear each of their stories on how the ended up in captivity. There will also be a silent auction at the fundraiser, in which 100% of the proceeds will go back into the care of the owls.
We are offering three admission ticket levels, with all proceeds going directly towards shelter, food and medical care for the owls:
Screech-Owl Level | $10 per ticket: This admission level will provide 2 weeks worth of food for one of our smallest owls, Mort and Rito, the Eastern Screech-Owls.
Great Horned Owl Level | $15 per ticket: This admission level will provide 1 week worth of food for our largest owl, Autumn, the Great Horned Owl.
The Barred Owl Package | $20 per ticket: This admission level will provide 2 weeks worth of food for one of our Barred Owls, Sam and Arguile.
Register for the 1pm session:
Register for the 3:30 session:
Each attendee must register and pay their desired support level, and in return will receive a printed profile of the owl represented in their admission level. Printed owl profiles will be distributed at the fundraiser. Children are welcome but must be accompanied by a registered adult.
HOW TO SUPPORT THE OWLS:
Walk with a Naturalist Saturday, June 2nd at the Stage Nature Center. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the grounds of our nature preserve with a naturalist who can answer questions about the plants and wildlife, share fun facts about the natural world and how they relate to the nature around us. Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a registered adult.