4th Thursday at Hall's Lake Nature Adventures Wet and Wild - Bugs and Other Critters
Our popular 4th Thursday at Hall's Lake nature walk series is back again this year. Whether it's birds, flowers, trees, natural science, history, or just plain fresh air that interests you, we feel sure you will enjoy the morning walk at the Hall's Lake Natural Area. We will invite subject matter experts to lead the walks and answer your questions. This month retired CMU Biologist Doug Valek and Isabella Conservation District Environmental Educator Mike LeValley will explore the ephemeral ponds and other waters of the Hall's Lake Natural Area to see what sorts of critters live there. This will be an opportunity for youngsters to dip nets in the waters and see what there is to be found. Space is limited, so call the office early at 989-644-5045 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot for your little explorer. We'll meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Hall's Lake Natural Area on the end of Fowler Drive at the west side of Hall's Lake. There will be a sign on Broomfield directing you to the end of Fowler Drive.