Sunday Dec 08, 1:30-3pm Bird and Nature Outing at Turville Point

Whoo's That? with Bev Cann

1156 Olin-Turville Court, meet at the parking lot just off John Nolan Drive at railroad crossing

Join Master Naturalist Bev Cann for an easy winter walk at Turville Point Conservation Park on Madison's south side near the Coliseum. Explore old pine groves to look for Great Horned Owls and historic oak woodlands where Native Americans came by canoe to pick berries and nuts. Follow the Bluebird Trail around the restored central prairie to the Lake Monona shoreline and Monona Bay and enjoy learning about the prairie and woodland plants, trees, birds and wildlife. Winter outings may include a campfire and hot chocolate. Outings are free, fun, family friendly and educational. No registration required, no pets. Wear comfortable hiking shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather. Bring binoculars or a camera if you have one!

Bird and Nature Outings at Turville Point the 2nd Sunday every month are co-sponsored by Madison FUN partners Madison Parks, Madison Audubon and Friends of Olin-Turville. See the co-sponsor websites and Facebook pages for more details and activities. Contact 608-698-0104

 

Schedules

  • Occurred Sunday, December 8th, 2019 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Venue

Turville Point Conservation Park

1156 Olin-Turville Court, meet at the parking lot just off John Nolan Drive at railroad crossing
madison, WI 53704