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May 2019

Terradise Program Series: Wildflowers – James Anderson

May 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Terradise Nature Center, 1536 Whetstone River Road North
Caledonia, OH 43314 United States
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James Anderson is the Naturalist for the Marion County Park District. His talk and walk will show us the abundance of spring wildflowers at the Terradise Nature Center.   Programs are FREE, but registering lets us know how many people are attending. Register Now

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Terradise Program Series: The Miniature World of Mosses

May 19 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Terradise Nature Center, 1536 Whetstone River Road North
Caledonia, OH 43314 United States
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Bob will be back in May for an encore program!   Mosses are true plants that lack the roots and internal plumbing that ferns and seed plants have. With over 400 species in Ohio, they are found in every terrestrial ecosystem, but because of their small size are largely unknown to most nature lovers. We will focus on details of the plant life cycle to see how differences in the growth forms of the cushion-forming or mat-forming leafy stage and…

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June 2019

Terradise Program Series: Spiders of Ohio in June

June 8 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Terradise Nature Center, 1536 Whetstone River Road North
Caledonia, OH 43314 United States
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Rich Bradley will provide a brief introduction to the spiders of an Ohio June day. We have a very diverse fauna of spiders, almost entirely beneficial, living around us and often under our feet. We will then search Terradise for some of these arachnid neighbors using standard field work methods (visual search, litter sorting, sweep net sampling). We should not need to go very far to find a good variety of spiders.   Richard Bradley grew up with a fascination…

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August 2019

Terradise Program Series: Bats!

August 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Terradise House
Free

Presented by Susan Wiedmann, this informative talk will include a general introduction to bats of the world, what bats we have in Ohio and their habitats, what they do for us as a species, and how they are threatened. During the evening, we may step outside to spot bats emerging as the sun goes down. Register Now

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