Past Events

  1. Jul 19, 2019 (All day)

    Sharpening Your Scouting Skills for Invasive Species Invasive species are now a dominate part of managing our natural environment.  Join us for the day while we scout for invasive plants and discuss which ones should be on your radar.  We will also look at control strategies for your projects.  See attached brochure for details.

  2. Jul 13, 2019, 12:00am - 11:45pm

    Halloween Pennant Dragonfly  

  3. Jul 10, 2019 through Jul 14, 2019 (All day)

    The Appalachian Forest School, Advanced Inter-disciplinary field studies for the serious nature student.

  4. Jun 27, 2019 through Jun 29, 2019 (All day)

    The Appalachian Forest School, Advanced Inter-disciplinary field studies for the serious nature student.

  5. Jun 20, 2019, 6:30pm - 8:00pm

    Mill Creek MetroParks Farm Coyotes in Northeast Ohio with Jon Cepek, Cleveland Metroparks Wildlife Ecologist

  6. Jun 14, 2019 through Jun 15, 2019 (All day)

    The Appalachian Forest School, Advanced Inter-disciplinary field studies for the serious nature student. Two consecutive nights of field trips - with days free to rest and explore the Sanctuary on your own - will teach you the primary species and species complexes that are in courtship during this peak week of firefly activity. In addition to learning to recognize the distinct flash patterns of each species, you will also learn about firefly conservation, ecology, and natural history.   For more information, click on the link above.

  7. Jun 7, 2019 through Jun 11, 2019 (All day)

    The Appalachian Forest School, Advanced Inter-disciplinary field studies for the serious nature student. This is an in-depth course that teaches you to learn and remember the songs, calls and field identification skills of the breeding birds in in America’s Eastern forest heartland, as well as their natural history and ecology.  For more information, click on the link above.

  8. May 31, 2019 through Jun 2, 2019, 5:00pm - 12:00pm

    See website for all details.

  9. May 25, 2019 through Jun 15, 2019 (All day)

    The Bat Roost Monitoring Program is really simple! Twice during the spring/summer (once at the end of May/early June, and once at the end of June or into July), you watch the roost for about one hour and count any bats that enter or exit, as well as answer a few basic questions about the type and position of the bat box. After your two counts, you email or mail the forms back to me and you’re done for the year!

  10. May 7, 2019, 6:30pm - 8:00pm

    Fellows Riverside Gardens Tree Communication & Natural Defenses with Dr. Enrico Bonello, OSU Professor, Plant Pathology

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