Friday, Mar 27 2015 03:45 PM
Spring has sprung and the Wind Wolves Preserve is celebrating with its second annual Spring Nature Festival today and Sunday.
The preserve, owned by the Wildlands Conservancy, will host events from morning until night both days. From a birding event and a reptile presentation to a wildflower walk and lesson in basic nature photography, events will showcase the unique wildlife and plants of the preserve. There are also two events that will be led in Spanish: a nature hike and a storytime/nature walk.
"It's a great opportunity for our community to learn about the native plants and wildlife," said preserve manager Landon Peppel. "It's a great time to explore nature."
Around 1,000 people came to the first festival last year, and Peppel said he expects a similar turn-out this year. Many of the weekend's events require registration, so visitors are encouraged to come early to see what's...
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