Discover Madison’s Wild Side – South Cherokee

Events - City

Date & Time:
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 5:30pm

Location(s):

Cherokee Marsh - South Unit (School Road)
5002 School Road
Madison, WI

Madison Parks is hosting free monthly tours of Madison Conservation Parks.  The tours are led by a Madison Parks staff member and co-sponsored by the Madison Audubon Society.  Each tour will focus on a different park and unique natural feature of that park.  Madison Parks has 14 conservation parks comprising over 1600 acres.  Each conservation park focuses on the restoration of native plant and animal communities while providing educational areas and opportunities for all.

South Cherokee, Wheeler Rd & Ilene La intersection  Witness the rebirth of oak savanna habitat along the shores of glacial Lake Mendota.  Ponds constructed nearby in 2012 treat urban storm water while providing wildlife habitat.

Cost: Free
Handicapped Accessible: No
Sponsoring Organization(s): Madison Parks and the Madison Audubon Society
Contact Email: rhefty@cityofmadison.com
Pre-Registration? No
American Sign Language (ASL) Provided? No
Event Website: Discover Madison’s Wild Side – 2014