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  1. FISH CREEK BIOBLITZ FAMILY SESSION

    June 22, 2018, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    (FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN AGES 6+ WITH ADULT) AT FISH CREEK PRESERVE, 1505 HENRY LANE, MAPLEWOOD 55119 FRIDAY JUNE 22, 3:00PM-5:00PM Become scientist for a day! Join experts, in partnership with Friends of Maplewood Nature and Great River Greening, for hands-on learning in the field. Learn about the importance of species diversity and how you can help protect nature. Will you see an eagle, a dragonfly, or a snake? Who knows? Anything goes! Use field guides, sweep nets, insect jars, binoculars, and clipboards to help generate a Fish Creek species list. Equipment will be available for use or feel free to bring your own. Surveys will be off trail. Long pants, closed-toe footwear, and tall socks are highly recommended. A light refreshment will be provided.

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  2. FROG MOON HIKE

    June 27, 2018, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

    (ADULTS & CHILDREN AGES 7+ WITH ADULT) Join us for an evening hike to listen to frogs and watch the full moon rise! We will learn local frog species and their calls, and then hike to try out our new identification skills.

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  3. WILDERNESS WISDOM

    June 30, 2018, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Nature Center

    (FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN AGES 7+, WITH ADULT) Join the naturalist to discover what’s safe and what to watch out for on your summer camping trips. Make a poison ivy rubbing; learn how to identify stinging nettle and its herbal antidote, wild parsnip and whether wild berries are safe to eat. Learn tips and tricks for preventing ticks and mosquito bites; get your own “ticker” tape and Tick Remover.

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