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Audubonís Strawberry Plains November Calendar

Audubonís Strawberry Plains November Calendar  November is our last month of many programs and hikes before we take a winter break to manage the deer population at SPAC.  Take this opportunity to learn about Wildlife Photography or to join us for a guided hike.  The weather will be perfect! 
  Also attention all teachers and homeschool educators!  We will be offering Project WET/WOW this month -- This amazing workshop explores how to incorporate water and environmental education into many subject areas.  Take home activity guides!  RSVP today. 
  One last note -- Our winter birds are returning and itís time for suet feeding again!   A wonderful activity for families!  Look up on our web site the Pascagoula River Audubon Centerís Suet Recipe.

November Events
RSVP Required
  Katie Boyle or call 662-252-1155 to make a reservation or for more information. 
  Visit our website for more information about SPAC and all of our programs. 
November 10:  Hikes for Tykes at 10 a.m. $3/Toddler
This program introduces toddlers, ages 2-4, to the adventure of walking on trails! These hikes are short by design and provides exercise in a stimulating environment. It will be led by a staff member or certified volunteer who is eager to point out the colorful, wiggly or amazing life along the trail. All children must be accompanied by an adult. $3/toddler (adult hikes free).
  

November 12:  Wildlife Photography Course
9 a.m. - 11 a.m. (or until 2 p.m., if participants elects to stay for the photo shoot and photo review)
Strawberry plains will be hosting a photography seminar mainly focusing on wildlife photography in the mid-South. The seminar will be appropriate for those wishing to make the step from novice to advanced beginner or intermediate. Join award-winning and published photographers Curt Hart and Allen Sparks to explore the finer points of wildlife photography.  Click here to see agenda, topics, and supply list.


  November 12:  Adult Interpretive Hike at 9:30 a.m.
Discover and explore the natural and cultural history of Strawberry Plains Audubon Center with our monthly, staff-led interpretive hikes. We will identify plants and signs of animal life found on the trail. In addition, we will talk about the unique history of the property.


  November 19th:  Family Hike at 11 a.m.
Explore the diversity of life and habitats at Strawberry Plains with your whole family. Please arrive about 15 minutes early. Each hike will start with an introduction and explanation of the activities, and then we will hit the trail for some fun exploring. This is a great social opportunity for you and your family, and a safe and unique way for you to exercise together.


© Curt Hart
Strawberry Plains Audubon Center
285 Plains Road
Holly Springs, MS 38655
662-252-1155
Go to Audubon on our links or http://strawberryplains.audubon.org/

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Strawberry Plains Audubon Center is one of Mississippiís finest natural and historic treasures.  With a love of nature and profound foresight, Ruth Finley and Margaret Finley Shackelford entrusted their home and property to The National Audubon Society.  Ruth and Margaretís vision of protecting wildlife and habitat from an encroaching and ever-growing urban area has become our mission.  We foster that mission by restoring and conserving the 2500-acres of bottomland hardwoods, wetlands and native grasslands at SPAC.  In the community, we work with landowners to develop habitat management plans that will help future generations enjoy the economic and social benefits that clean water and a natural environment provide.  SPAC is committed to providing experiential and place-based education to students of all ages.

Our Vision:  In a watershed facing rapid development, future generations will inherit sufficient amounts of clean water, native wildlife populations and a legacy of stewardship focused on the importance of nature.
http://strawberryplains.audubon.org/



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