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Trees in Winter Nature Walk for all ages at Upper Library

Event Type: Natural History Program
Age Group(s): Family, Children, Adult
Date: 11/16/2013
Start Time: 9:30 AM
End Time: 10:30 AM
 "Trees in Winter Interpretive Nature Walk for all ages” will be presented by Sam Wilson of the Nature Center of Cape May. The program will take place at the Upper Cape Branch Library located at 2050 Route 631 in Petersburg.

The Nature Center of Cape May will present a nature walk series for all ages on the third Saturday of each month, from October through March. This month, Sam will focus of the trees of late autumn. Participants are encouraged to bring their own binoculars there will be a limited quantity available.

Sam Wilson is a teacher and naturalist at the New Jersey Audubon’s Nature Center of Cape May. His passion is teaching about science and nature, and conveying the importance of the conversation of our natural resources and wildlife.

Adopted by the New Jersey Audubon Society in 1995, the Nature Center of Cape May is one of nine staffed nature centers throughout the state. The environmental education campus, located on the shores of beautiful Cape May Harbor in Cape May, includes the Trucksess Welcome Center, a three story observation tower, and multiple themed display gardens. For more information about the Nature Center of Cape May and the New Jersey Audubon, please visit, .
Library: Upper Cape Library
Location: Upper Cape Library Program Room
Presenter: Nature Center of Cape May