Audubon morning nature walks on Saturdays, January 2 and 23
JAMESTOWN — Discover what is happening in the natural world in January.
Audubon Community Nature Center invites the public to take a hike with an Audubon educator on Saturday, Jan. 2, or Jan. 23, from 9 to 10 a.m.
The natural world changes constantly throughout the year.
During 2020, people flocked to both new and familiar outdoor environments. In 2021, area residents can walk with an Audubon educator to discover some of the seasonal changes in the plants, animals, and landscape. At monthly nature walks, usually on the first and third Saturdays, visitors can learn more about the world around them through the lens of wonder and curiosity and be inspired to continue learning in their own outdoor adventures.
Be sure to dress according to the weather for this outdoor activity that will be canceled if the weather is too severe.
Face coverings are required for all participants ages 3 and up for outdoor programs during which participants cannot maintain 6 feet of distance between family groups. Have a face covering available.
Participation is $4 for adults or $3 for Nature Center members and children ages 3 to 15.
Space is limited and paid reservations are required by two days before each walk. To register, call the Nature Center during open hours at 569-2345 or go to AudubonCNC.org and click on “Register for a Program.”