Turville Point: Where Do the Bees and Bunnies Go with Jeff Steele
Learn from naturalist Jeff Steele about some of the amazing life that is hidden in the trees, hollow plant stems, and burrows in the ground as winter approaches and snow covers everything.
Free, family-friendly Bird and Nature Walks are offered year-round on Sunday afternoons 1:30-3:00 pm. Discover the hidden natural areas in four of Madison's most beautiful parks and conservancies. Volunteer trip leaders and participants share their enthusiasm about nature and the birds, plants, and animals. Walks are on easy paths through scenic areas. Enjoy healthy nature recreation with a bit of nature education!
No registration is required. Please wear appropriate clothing, insect repellant, and footwear for the weather and hiking. Dogs are not allowed. Binoculars, cameras and children are welcome! For more information or to volunteer, contact Paul Noeldner (608) 698-0104.
Turville Point Conservation Park
1156 Olin-Turville Ct.
Walks at Turville Point the 2nd Sunday every month are co-sponsored by Madison Bird City partners Friends of Olin Turville and Madison Audubon Meet at the Turville parking lot via John Nolan Drive at the railroad tracks.