Published on August 11, 2012 | by Sandy Ward0
Kayak at Sunset at LaDue Reservoir
KAYAK AT SUNSET
(naturalist to guide sunset reservoir journey)
As the sun sets, paddle among the coves of LaDue Reservoir, ever watchful for nocturnal wildlife found around the lake. Join fellow nature lovers for the LaDue Sunset Kayak float on Sunday, August 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Meet at the LaDue Reservoir, Route 44 parking area south of Taylor-May Road and just north of LaDue Reservoir (not the Valley Road parking area).
“This is a great location to see eagles, osprey, beavers, and a variety of other wildlife,” said Naturalist John Kolar, who will lead the float. “Insects such as crickets and katydids should also be in full chorus toward the end. What a great way to spend a Sunday evening; a float on a beautiful lake enjoying the peace and serenity of Nature. You can’t beat it!”
Kayak rental is available through Camp Hi for $15 if you arrive 15 minutes early; if you have your own, all the better! Just note that this program is designed for those comfortable on the water – no lessons will be given.
[highlight color="eg. yellow, black"]Registration will open August 12 by phone only, at 440-286-9516. [/highlight]We expect a waiting list, so please let us know if you must cancel. This program is not wheelchair/stroller accessible.