What are you doing to celebrate Urban Biodiversity Week this year? From May 10-18, the Millennium Reserve is hosting a variety of fun and free outdoor activities open to the public! Loaded with a calendar of events set to excite all sorts of interest, this week will not be one to overlook! But if you can’t make anything else- make sure to mark your calendars for May 17 when the big celebration and Nature Block Party will happen at William Powers State Park and Eggers Woods! From fishing, kayaking, and nature hikes to simply enjoying the beautiful weather- this is a day the whole family will enjoy! Don’t miss your opportunity to celebrate in the spring weather at one of the country’s most notable conservation corridors!
- Garlic Mustard Pull at Eggers Woods
- Bird Hikes in multiple locations
- Flower Festival at Calumet Park
- Stewardship Work Day at Eggers Woods
- Mother’s Day Nature Walk at Sand Ridge Nature Center
- Moonlight Nature Hike at Promontory Point
- Night Hike at Sand Ridge Nature Cetner
- A Tale of Two Lakes – hike between Lake Calumet and Wolf Lake
- The Wonder of Salamanders at Sand Ridge Nature Center
- Sunrise Serenade bike ride around Wolf Lake
Hope to see you all there!
For more information and a full calendar of events, click here: Millennium Reserve Urban Biodiversity Week