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    • 02/23/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Mully's Brewery, 141 Schooner Lane, Prince Frederick
    • 30
    Registration is closed

    This event is for participants 21 years and older.

    Think you are a nature expert??? Well grab your friends and come test your skills at Nature Trivia!

    Mully's Brewery will be hosting this trivia event and will have beer and soda for sale. There is a cash prize for the team finishing in first as well as door prizes. We will provide light snacks but you are welcome to bring snacks too. Check In will start at 6:30 p.m. and trivia will start promptly at 7:00 p.m.

    Team Registration Fee: $60    

    The registration fee supports all of our education programs.
    Max Team size: 6

    Registration Required. Deadline: February 21

    Team Fee must be paid to be considered registered.

    Don't know who will be on your team? Not a problem. Register anyway, and we can add team members later.

    Rules

    • Must be 21 years or older. Picture ID required.
    • Team must have a team name.
    • Up to 6 people (physically present) per team. Minimum team size is one person.
    • Every person at the team table will be counted as part of your maximum team size.
    • No cell/smartphone or other outside information source. We will have a cell phone parking lot in the room. You may not use your cell phone during a round until your team’s answers are turned in to the judge.
    • There is no partial credit for an answer.
    • The quiz master will be the final arbiter of correct answers and scoring. 
    • Any rule not listed here may be made up on the spot by the quiz master, Gene Groshon.
    • Current employees of Calvert County Natural Resources, members of the Calvert Nature Society Board of Directors, or their families, may not be a team member.

    Maximum number of teams: 18

    Location: Mully's Brewery, 141 Schooner Lane, Suite 15, Prince Frederick, MD 

     

     

    • 02/24/2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Ward Farm Nature Park, Dunkirk
    • 9
    Register

    The program originally scheduled for 2/22 will be held on 2/24 at 5:00 p.m. 

    Adults, teens welcome with an adult

    We’ll take a short stroll along the fields near the parking area listening for the breeding display of the American Woodcock (also known as a Timberdoodle). Dress for the weather. Due to rough terrain of the trails this activity is not wheelchair accessible.


    Naturalist in charge: Karyn Molines
    Location: Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park, Dunkirk. Directions will be sent to all who register
    Fee is per person. Free for Society members; $8 for nonmembers
    • 03/01/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Ages 4-12, with adult

    This winter’s homeschool series will be a study of the plants around us with each month focusing on something different. March’s class will focus on these giants of the plant world - how do they survive, how can we tell them apart?

    Please register by February 27 to attend

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Homeschool Fridays is a series of environmental education programs developed especially for homeschoolers ages 4 to 12. These classes are a great way to get hands-on science and nature lessons and network with other homeschooling families. Each two-hour program will consist of indoor and outdoor hands-on learning

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Siblings younger than 4 are welcome, but must be under the care of a parent/guardian at all times and should not distract the program participants.

    Older and younger students will be grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate topic exploration (parents will stay with the younger group).

    • 03/01/2019
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 0
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    Ages 4-12, with adult

    This winter’s homeschool series will be a study of the plants around us with each month focusing on something different. March’s class will focus on these giants of the plant world - how do they survive, how can we tell them apart?

    Please register by February 27 to attend

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Homeschool Fridays is a series of environmental education programs developed especially for homeschoolers ages 4 to 12. These classes are a great way to get hands-on science and nature lessons and network with other homeschooling families. Each two-hour program will consist of indoor and outdoor hands-on learning

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Siblings younger than 4 are welcome, but must be under the care of a parent/guardian at all times and should not distract the program participants.

    Older and younger students will be grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate topic exploration (parents will stay with the younger group).

    • 03/02/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ward Farm Nature Park
    • 0
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    For Families with children ages 8 and up.

    Don’t miss this great opportunity to explore one of the lesser known Calvert County Natural Resource Division areas – Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park. We’ll hike through the woods to search for vernal pools and streams fed by spring rains – looking for spring wildflowers and amphibians along the way. Wear your rain boots and wear clothes that can get muddy. 

     Adult participation is required.  No younger siblings please. This hike is not be suitable for younger children as it will be off-trail on uneven ground.

    Naturalist in Charge: Tania Gale

    Location: Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park

    Program Fee per family:

    • Members: Free
    • Nonmembers $8
    Space is limited to 5 families.

    Please register by 2/27/19
    • 03/02/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 12
    Register

    Ages 13 and up, under 18 with adult

    Volunteers are needed to help our staff with the maintenance and upkeep of the trails and gardens around Battle Creek Nature Center. From invasive plant removal, to routine garden care, to maintaining the nature play space and trails - there is always something to be done. Volunteers must be able to perform moderately strenuous physical tasks.

    Location: Battle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Reservations are required by February 27

    Naturalist in Charge: Tania Gale

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.


    • 03/05/2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 0
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    For students ages 12-16 years old - no parent needed

    Looking for enrichment activities for your teen homeschooler? Teen homeschool days will give your teen a chance to get hands on experience with science and nature activities, provide an opportunity for service, and have fun in the company of other teens while doing it.


    This month’s class will focus on  deciduous trees - how to identify the most species, what makes trees unique, and what part they play in the forest ecosystem.

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Free for Society members.
    Nonmembers pay $8 per person
    Please register by February 27

    Naturalist in Charge: Tania Gale

    • 03/06/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 5
    Register

    For Adults and teens, ages 15 and up

    Before the 2019 nesting season, we need to replace and repair a few nest boxes at Cypress Swamp.  Volunteers can help dig holes, carry materials, attach nest boxes to the posts and trim nearby branches. Please bring work gloves

    Since we have a limited number of waders up to size 13, please let us know your shoe size when you register so that we can try to have enough waders for everyone.

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by March 4.

    Program Fee:  Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/07/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Kings Landing Park
    • 0
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    3-5 years old, Adults are required

    Location: Kings Landing Park 

    What will we be wading into at this point in the year? It could be rain or it could be snow. Either way – it probably won’t be warm! We’ll look at some different ways to measure the winter weather and then go for a walk outside to try things out. 

    Program Fee:
    Free for BCNES members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Advanced Reservations are required - Please register by March 1

    Naturalist in Charge - Tania Gale

    Register online, by email, by mail, or by phone, 410-535-5327.

    • 03/08/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 3
    Register

    Ages 10 and up.  (Teens, ages 15 and up may attend without a parent, but children between 10 and 14 must be accompanied by an adult)

    We are always looking for an extra hand to take care of the nature center's live animals. As you accompany staff, you will learn how to clean cages, feed the animals and handle them. Once you are trained, you will be able to sign up to care for the animals as often as you'd like.

    Naturalist in charge: Shannon Steele

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Reservations are required by March 6. 

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/08/2019
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 0
    Registration is closed
    For adults and teens ages 15 and up

    Our screech owls will benefit from trained volunteers who can keep them used to being handled.  Supervised by a naturalist, you will learn about their care and proper handling techniques so that eventually, you will have enough experience to handle them on your own.

    Naturalist in charge: Shannon Steele

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Reservations are required by March 6.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/09/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park, Lusby, MD
    • 17
    Register

    For adults

    Join us to create a thatched roof shelter using the exotic invasive grass, Phragmites australis. This pesky plant reduces wetland biodiversity, so we will cut some down and practice creating our own shelter, Fort Phrag!

    Wear clothes that can get dirty, and boots that can go in several inches of water.

    Teens are welcome if accompanied by an adult

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Leader: Lindsay Hollister

    Registration fee: Free to members, Nonmembers: $8 per person


    • 03/11/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 0
    Registration is closed
    For adults and teens ages 15 and up

    Our barn owl will benefit from trained volunteers who can keep him used to being handled.  Supervised by a naturalist, you will learn about his care and proper handling techniques so that eventually, you will have enough experience to handle him on your own.     

    Naturalist in charge: Shannon Steele

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Reservations are required by March 8.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.


    • 03/12/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 5
    Register
    For Volunteers, Ages 10 and up, under 18 with adult

    After a short presentation about our nest box project, volunteers will borrow some waders and trek into the swamp to learn the nest box locations and prepare them for the season.  Interested volunteers can monitor them as little as once or as many as 12 times between April and July.

    Since we have a limited number of waders up to size 13, please let us know your shoe size when you register so that we can try to have enough waders for everyone.

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by Friday, March 8. Register online, by emailby mail, or by phone, 410-535-5327.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/15/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 5
    Register

    All Ages, under 18 with adult 

    Volunteer Program

    After a short presentation about our nest box project, volunteers will trek around the park to learn the nest box locations and prepare them for the season.    Be ready for a 1.5 mile hike over moderate terrain. Interested volunteers can monitor them as little as once or as many as 12 times between April and July.

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by Wednesday, March 13.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/22/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Northeast Community Center
    Register
    All ages welcome.

    Hone your senses for the iNaturalist City Nature Challenge!

    We'll show you how to participate and will provide tips and tricks on finding where the wild things are. 

    Information on the City Nature Challenge: https://www.calvertparks.org/CNC2019/

    Please bring a fully charged smartphone or digital camera.

    Consider downloading the iNaturalist app and creating an account before the event.

    Naturalist in charge: Karyn Molines

    Location: Northeast Community Center, Chesapeake Beach, MD


    • 03/27/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • National Wildlife Visitor Center, 10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel, MD
    • 35
    Register

    Climate Change and the Patuxent River: Local Implications of Global Issues

    Connecting scientists, managers, educators, and the public from every county along the Patuxent River to share, learn, and be inspired.

    The Patuxent River, considered “Maryland’s River”, is the longest river entirely in the state of Maryland. Home to over 100 species of fish and a staggering variety of resident and migratory birds, the Patuxent River is a jewel of the Maryland natural world. Archaeological artifacts dating back to 7,205 B.C. suggests the River has been an essential lifeline for humans for thousands of years.

    The Patuxent River Conference (PAXCON) is the premier forum uniting scientists, environmental educators, natural resource managers, and anyone passionate about the health and future of the Patuxent River. To know and understand the Patuxent River is to take one more step towards its protection.

    PAXCON 2018 will feature current research on climate change impacts within the Patuxent River watershed, as well as highlight strategies and methods that can be applied to climate change research, management, communication, and advocacy on the Patuxent River.

    Join us for a lively and intellectually stimulating day and to network with new and old colleagues!

    Location:
    National Wildlife Visitor Center
    10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop
    Laurel, MD 20708

    Directions to South Tract-N W V S: 

    For Additional Information: http://www.paxcon.org/

    Consider being a Sponsor of the Conference: With a sponsorship of $100 your organization will receive one complimentary conference registration, your logo on the conference website and materials, as well as being able to share materials with conference attendees.

    Registration is required. No walk in registrations will be accepted.

    Registration Fee:
    (includes lunch)
    Registration fee: $50

    Registration closes March 22

    Speakers may register at a reduced cost. Contact Karyn Molines for the registration code.

    For agencies that require a W-9 for processing payments: Calvert Nature Society is the Payee: Download the W-9 form for your records.


    • 03/27/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 12
    Register

    Ages 13 and up, under 18 with adult

    Volunteers are needed to help our staff with the maintenance and upkeep of the trails and gardens around Battle Creek Nature Center. From invasive plant removal, to routine garden care, to maintaining the nature play space and trails - there is always something to be done. Volunteers must be able to perform moderately strenuous physical tasks.

    Location: Battle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Reservations are required by March 20

    Naturalist in Charge: Tania Gale

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.


    • 03/29/2019
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park
    • 4
    Register

    All ages, under 18 with adult 

    Accompany the naturalist as she checks the lowland nest boxes and does a little trail trimming.  Come lend a hand and learn how you can help with this project. Be prepared for a 1.5 mile hike over moderate terrain.

    Location: Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by Wednesday, March 27.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/30/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 4
    Register
    For Volunteers, Ages 10 and up, under 18 with adult

    Since we have a limited number of waders up to size 13, please let us know your shoe size when you register so that we can try to have enough waders for everyone.

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by Thursday, March 28.

    Program Fee: Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/30/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • North Beach Town Hall
    Register
    Adults and teens.

    Hone your senses for the iNaturalist City Nature Challenge! We'll spend the day looking over the 2018 City Nature Challenge observations. Participants will learn about the CNC2019 and how to use iNaturalist as we learn how to identify observations found by other participants. 

    Please bring your laptop (wifi enabled) or a fully charged smartphone.

    Please download the iNaturalist app and create a (free) account before the program.

    Google Play

    Apple

    Information on the City Nature Challenge: https://www.calvertparks.org/CNC2019/

    Naturalist in charge: Karyn Molines

    Location: North Beach Town Hall.


    • 03/30/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 4
    Register

    All Ages, under 18 with adult

    After a short presentation about our nest box project, volunteers will trek around the park to learn the nest box locations and prepare them for the season.    Be ready for a 1.5 mile hike over moderate terrain. Interested volunteers can monitor them as little as once or as many as 12 times between April and July.

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by Thursday, March 28.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 03/31/2019
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Hutchins Pond
    • 0
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    For Ages 10-13 years old; Adult participation is not required 

    Join us at Hutchins Pond in Owings MD and we’ll go fishing for bluegill and bass. We’ll provide the fishing gear and bait but be sure to bring a hat, water bottle and camera.

    LocationHutchins Pond

    Naturalist in Charge: Gene Groshon

    Program Fee: Free for members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Reservations are required

    Registration Deadline: Wednesday March 27

    • 03/31/2019
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park, Lusby
    • 10
    Register
    12 years old–adult (children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult)

    This time of year the baby eagles should be starting to peak out of their nest. We will take a hike to look in on the nest and see what is stirring.  While hiking we will  practice using the iNaturalist app so you can be a part of the iNaturalist City Nature Challenge happening 4/25-4/29. 

    Bring a fully charged smartphone or digital camera.

    Please download the iNaturalist app and create a (free) account before the program.

    Google Play

    Apple


    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Registration is required. Members Registration opens February 18, 2019. Nonmembers Registration opens March 4.

    Fee is per person. Free for members
    Nonmembers $8 per person

    Naturalist in Charge: Gene Groshon

    • 04/02/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 3
    Register

    Ages 10 and up.  (Teens, ages 15 and up may attend without a parent, but children between 10 and 14 must be accompanied by an adult)

    We are always looking for an extra hand to take care of the nature center's live animals. As you accompany staff, you will learn how to clean cages, feed the animals and handle them. Once you are trained, you will be able to sign up to care for the animals as often as you'd like.

    Naturalist in charge: Shannon Steele

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Registration opens February 18, 2019.

    Reservations are required by March 29. 

    Program Fee: Free for volunteers

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 04/02/2019
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 3
    Register
    For adults and teens ages 15 and up

    Our screech owls will benefit from trained volunteers who can keep them used to being handled.  Supervised by a naturalist, you will learn about their care and proper handling techniques so that eventually, you will have enough experience to handle them on your own.

    Naturalist in charge: Shannon Steele

    LocationBattle Creek Cypress Swamp

    Registration opens February 18, 2019.

    Reservations are required by March 29.

    Program Fee:  
    Free for volunteers

    Who are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 04/05/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 1
    Register

    Ages 4-12, with adult

    This winter’s homeschool series will be a study of the plants around us with each month focusing on something different. 

    This month is a continuation of our winter/spring “botany” theme.  April’s class will focus on the plants of early spring – the “spring ephemerals” including wildflowers and ferns.

    Members Registration opens February 18, 2019. Nonmembers Registration opens March 4.

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Homeschool Fridays is a series of environmental education programs developed especially for homeschoolers ages 4 to 12. These classes are a great way to get hands-on science and nature lessons and network with other homeschooling families. Each two-hour program will consist of indoor and outdoor hands-on learning

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Siblings younger than 4 are welcome, but must be under the care of a parent/guardian at all times and should not distract the program participants.

    Older and younger students will be grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate topic exploration (parents will stay with the younger group).

    • 04/05/2019
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 10
    Register

    Ages 4-12, with adult

    This winter’s homeschool series will be a study of the plants around us with each month focusing on something different. 

    This month is a continuation of our winter/spring “botany” theme.  April’s class will focus on the plants of early spring – the “spring ephemerals” including wildflowers and ferns.

    Members Registration opens February 18, 2019. Nonmembers Registration opens March 4.

    Please register by March 29 to attend

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Homeschool Fridays is a series of environmental education programs developed especially for homeschoolers ages 4 to 12. These classes are a great way to get hands-on science and nature lessons and network with other homeschooling families. Each two-hour program will consist of indoor and outdoor hands-on learning

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Siblings younger than 4 are welcome, but must be under the care of a parent/guardian at all times and should not distract the program participants.

    Older and younger students will be grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate topic exploration (parents will stay with the younger group).

    • 04/05/2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Flag Ponds Nature Park
    • 10
    Register

    Join other park volunteers for this nighttime adventure into the swamp at Flag Ponds.  We will wade into the swamp and with luck find spring peepers calling and spy on other swamp animals, like salamanders, in the water.  

    Adults only please        

    Location: Flag Ponds Nature Park

    Registration opens February 18, 2019.

    Please register by April 1 

    Advanced registration is required. Register online, by mail, by email, or in person (at Battle Creek Cypress Swamp)

    This program is free.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale


     

    • 04/11/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park
    • 5
    Register

    All ages, under 18 with adult 

    Accompany the naturalist as she checks the lowland nest boxes.  Come lend a hand and learn how you can help with this project. Be prepared for a 1.5 mile hike over moderate terrain.

    Location: Ward Farm Recreation and Nature Park

    Naturalist in charge:  Shannon Steele

    Reservations are required by Tuesday, April 9.

    Registration opens February 18, 2019.

    Program Fee Free for volunteers

    What are Calvert Stewards? They are the volunteer corps of the Calvert Nature Society and the Calvert County Natural Resources Division. More information can be found on the Calvert Stewards Volunteer Page.

    • 04/13/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp
    • 2
    Register