Bird & Nature Outing - Turville Point, December 8
Walk with a Naturalist with Bev Cann ~ Join a Naturalist to explore easy hiking paths at Turville Point Conservation Park on Madison's south side near the Coliseum. Learn about the historic oak woodlands where Great Horned Owls nest and Native Americans came by canoe to pick berries and nuts. Follow the Bluebird Trail around the restored central prairie to the Lake Monona shoreline and Monona Bay to enjoy the birds and wildlife. Winter outings may include a campfire and hot chocolate.
Follow rolling hiking paths through the Turville Point Conservation Park woodlands and prairie with beautiful vistas of Lake Monona and Monona Bay. Walks at Turville Point held on the 2nd Sunday every month are co-sponsored by Madison Bird City FUN partners, Madison Parks, Friends of Olin Turville and Madison Audubon Society. Meet at the Turville Point parking lot, entrance at the E. Olin Ave. stoplight from John Nolen Drive at the railroad tracks, south of Olin Park (not at the boat launch). No registration required. No pets are allowed.