Adult Programs

First Friday Phenology Walk


8:45 am – 9:45 am
Meet at front of Springbrook Nature Center

First chickadee singing? First wild geranium blooming? Last oak leaves falling?  Keeping track of seasonal changes is what phenology is all about!

Join a Springbrook naturalist for a morning stroll around the park.  Discover what is happening in nature during the current season and notice changes in the animals, plants, and fungi. Borrow a pair of our binoculars or bring your own. Cameras and notebooks are also welcome!

Distance and time spent on the trail will be tailored to program participants. Stay to socialize after the program with coffee or tea at the bird feeders.   

This is a free program, open to all ages. Donations are welcome.

*The walk will go rain or shine. Cancellations due to hazardous weather will be posted on the website calendar and our Facebook page.

Upcoming Dates:
2/2/18
3/2/18

Chicks in the Sticks


$5 per class, per person
$5 snowshoe rental
Minimum of 12 participants required to run each program.

It's time for a little adventure with your favorite women.  Join the naturalist staff at Springbrook for classes developed just for women.  Each program will include a relaxing campfire and refreshments.  Pre-registration is required for these programs. Please call the nature center to reserve your spot.
 


1/26/18  Snowshoe Hike* 6-8 pm
2/23/18 Snowshoe Hike* 6-8 pm
3/9/18 Snowshoe Hike* 6-8 pm


*(3 inches of snow required for use of snowhoes, if there is not sufficient snow, we will hike the park instead)



Discovery Dinner Series



Springbrook Discovery Dinners pair lively educational programs with a catered meal for the perfect night out.  Leave the kids at home and enjoy the night with friends or a date.  Registration is required and space is limited.  Call Springbrook at 763-572-3588 to sign up or for more details.  Tickets are $25 each or $22.50 each when purchasing multiples.  

WRClogo

Saturday, February 17, 2018 - The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota

Please register by Monday, February 12, 2018.

Program begins at 5:30 pm

Tami Vogel, Communications Director at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota (WRC), will present on the center’s work with more than 185 different species. WRC is one of the oldest and busiest wildlife hospitals in the nation, treating nearly 13,000 wild animals in 2017. In addition to the medical care they provide to wildlife, the center’s medical staff educates vet students from all over the world with the goal of creating a network of professional trained veterinarians who can treat injured wildlife.

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