Park programs, Sept. 6
Young Adventurers ages 6-12 can learn about monarch butterflies and catch some during a program at 5 p.m. Sept. 19 at Seneca County Park District’s Clinton Nature Preserve.
Clinton preserve entrance is at 375 East TR 132 off SR 53 north of Tiffin.
For more information, call (419) 435-3915.
Assist researcher Tom Kashmer with monarch migration studies at 2 p.m. Sept. 14 and 28 by netting, tagging and releasing butterflies.
Participants should meet at the park office, 1970 Countryside Place, Fremont. Nets and instruction are provided.
The program is open to those age 6 and older.
Register at (419) 334-4495.
Stargazing is planned at sunset Sept 14 at Wolf Creek Park Campground.
View the night sky with Sandusky Valley Amateur Astronomers at the end of the campground road at the southern entrance to Wolf Creek Park, 2701 SR 53.
Children can join program assistant Chris Allen at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Monday for a Discovery Story: My Favorite Tree in the Discovery Center at Oakwoods Nature Preserve.
Children will learn about trees and the animals that live there. The program is recommended for children ages 3-6 with an adult companion. Other-age siblings are welcome.
Oakwoods preserve is at 1400 Oakwoods Lane, west of Findlay.
“Ahhh, Grasshopper” is a program planned for 11 a.m. Saturday at Lowe-Volk Park, 2401 SR 598.
Join naturalist Josh Dyer as he searches through habitats for grasshoppers and crickets. Bring a container to take home a little hopper.
Lowe-Volk Park is 3 miles north of US 30.
Children up to fifth grade can find out “What’s Hiding Under That Log” at 6 p.m. Thursday at Lowe-Volk Park.
Naturalist Joy Etter-Link is to be turning over a log in the woods to find the nature lessons.
For more information, call (419) 683-9000.