Many people don’t realize how much there is to see in nature in the winter.
On Wednesday, Dec. 30, you can join an Audubon Nature Center naturalist for a winter discovery hike to find out what is happening outside.
As you walk on the trails you will look for signs of animals, find insects that are active, and observe how plants handle the cold temperatures. Whatever catches the group’s attention will be explored. You may even try hand-feeding chickadees.
In addition to increasing your nature knowledge, you will find your enthusiasm and curiosity growing. For this informal walk, all you have to bring is your interest – and remember to wear your warm outdoor clothes.
Be prepared to be surprised at how much you will learn in an hour.
The cost is $8 for non-member adults, $6 for adult Friends of the Nature Center and children ages 3-15, and free for children two and under. The fee includes admission to the building where you can enjoy the many exhibits of animals, energy, and more.
Reservations are not required. To learn more, call (716) 569-2345 or visit www.jamestownaudubon.org.