There are two Community Outdoor Nature Programs in the month of November. “Leaf and Needle ID: Do You Know What’s Growing in YOUR Backyard,” will be held at 2 p.m Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015, at the Maasto Hiito Trails Chalet in Hancock.
Join environmental educator Denise Landsberg on a nature walk to explore the Maasto Hiito trails and the common trees growing in our area. Things to bring: warm clothes and comfortable footwear.
A “Sensory Night Hike: Discover Your senses Coming Alive at Night,” will be held at 6 p.m. Nov. 16 at the Nara Nature Center. Explore the Nara trails at night and learn how senses adapt to the dark. Things to bring: warm clothes, comfortable footwear and a flashlight.
These programs are sponsored by the Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals and coordinated by the Western UP Center for Science and Environmental Outreach. The Center hosts two programs each month. For more information contact the Center at 7-3341.