Spring Break Play Week: Night Hike - Animal Tales
Date/Time: Friday, March 16, 2018 7:30 PM
Current Attendance: 0 of 20
This family-friendly night hike will take walkers of all ages on an educational adventure you won't soon forget! Wear sturdy shoes. You may also want to bring a flashlight. We'll help you turn it into a red light to preserve your night vision.
Ideal for ALL ages!
Registration deadline for Spring Break programs is March 8th!
Identify 15 different trees while you walk using this guide. Smartphone users can link to our website from each tree for more information using their QR-code readers. Pick up the Leaf Walking Guide at the Visitor Information Kiosk located at the entrance.
Visit and evaluate 20 different trees and shrubs that can help you better manage erosion and flooding concerns. Find information about grasses and wildflowers too. Smartphone users can link to our website from each marker for more information using their QR-code readers. Pick up a Stormwater Walk guide at the Visitor Information Kiosk, located at the entrance.
Walking or seated tours are available by request. Bus tours are available to groups that bring their own bus.
Guests with mobility restrictions may schedule a private visit on the gator with a staff member; by appointment only, Monday through Friday, 9am to 3pm.
On a tour, visitors will be introduced to the arboretum as guides reveal the history, prominent collections, important activities and research projects. Please contact the arboretum to arrange a tour for your particular interest.
Members, starting rate at $1 per person
Non-members, starting rate at $30 + $1 per person
Please contact us at 515.992.4211 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your tour.
1. Enjoy the quiet.
2. Hike one of the seven trails.
3. Attend an educational program.
4. Find your favorite tree.
5. Start a leaf collection.
6. Join a nature club.
7. Watch for migrating birds. Download Birding Brochure
8. Visit the O'Brien Nature Play Area.
9. Have a family picnic.
10. Create a phenology journal, an account of seasonal changes that affect plants and animals in a given location.