Geauga Park District Nature Adventures this Spring

Anyone seeking a springtime, outdoor adventure should have no problem finding one in Geauga Park District this spring!

Twilight Snipe Hunt & Woodcock Watch

Friday, April 10, 7-8:30 p.m., Frohring Meadows Park, Bainbridge Twp.

Join us for an evening of wildlife activity: Leopard Frogs, toads, killdeer, woodcocks and maybe even a snipe! Collaboration with Blackbrook Audubon Society. Partially wheelchair/stroller accessible.

Spring Peeper Canoe

Saturday, April 11, 7-8:30 p.m., Burton Wetlands Nature Preserve, Burton Twp.

Enjoy the sounds of Spring Peepers and other spring wildlife while afloat on beautiful Lake Kelso. Phone registration required beginning April 4 at 440-286-9516. Ages 10+ with adult. Basic canoe proficiency required.

Vernal Poolooza

Sunday, April 12, 2-3:30 p.m., Sunnybrook Preserve, Lodge, Chesterland

Learn about vernals pools, followed by a walk to discover their importance as critical habitat for many creatures. This is a Nature’s Not to Be Missed program – so don’t miss it! Partially wheelchair/stroller accessible.

April Evening Adventure

Friday, April 17, 7-9 p.m., Eldon Russell Park, Horwath’s Shelter

A woodcock air show accompanied by a chorus full of Spring Peepers piping, Barred Owl bantering, beaver tail-slapping and heron flapping, culminating in a memorable spring evening hike for families.

Woodcocks & Waterfowl

Saturday, April 18, 7-8:30 p.m., Walter C. Best Wildlife Preserve, Back Parking Lot

A look on the lake for migratory waterfowl will be the opening act for the American Woodcock’s amazing aerial ballet. This is a Nature’s Not to Be Missed program – so don’t miss it! Wheelchair/stroller accessible.

For more information on these or other park programs, visit and click Find a Program/Event or call 440-286-9516.

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