Listing sponsored by
Scientific Breakthrough. No Shots
Science response to skin aging.
TO PROVIDE HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE and ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION TO THE PUBLIC
100 acres of protected old growth and new forest, restored prairie, wetlands, grasslands, a creek and amphibian and reptile pond.
New building expansion was completed in May of 1997 and exhibits were installed in August of 1997. These exhibits, by Chase Studios include a prairie diorama, a Spring in the woodlands wall, featuring live animals and a Rush Creek scene with an aquarium.
A Children's play area and birdwatching area are avalible. The Nature Sanctuary has also added classrooms to better serve visitors who attend programs.
The library is open to the public for research, but currently books must remain in the building.
Gates/trails: 8 to sunset. Nature Center: Tue-Sat: 9-5; sun: 1-5.
Hiking trails and exhibits are free to the public. Programs are offered for a fee.
Mark McKellar, Director