LIVINGSTON COUNTY — The “Nature of Things” series will continue throughout the fall with the Flyways and Byways program.
The Chip Holt Nature Center, located in Vitale Park, Lakeville, will kick off their free series on September 12, with the Flyways and Byways program at 7p.m.
According to a press release, Ranger for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and wildlife expert, Tom Wenzel will share his favorite birding routes and nearby hotspots.
Three presentations will remain after the Flyways and Byways program which will include an October feature entitled “Halloween Fun,” that will include a owl and bat presentation. The next event will be in November showcasing “Snakes and Scaly Things.” The season will end with a wreath making presentation in December.
There is a $5 pre registration fee required for the December program that can be paid at the time of the event.
For more information on the Chip Holt Nature Center please visit, www.chipholtnaturecenter.org.