Interpretive Walks

Nature interpretation has always been a focus of Friends’ programs. Through the delivery of interpretive programs, including nature walks and wildlife viewing days, Friends provides opportunities for people to experience and strengthen their passion for nature.
Interpretive Walks are available upon request throughout the year for groups. The walk guarantees participants fresh air, exercise, and an introduction to the Second Marsh Wildlife Area and the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve trails. During the walk a variety of topics are discussed and may include the marsh and its features, plants of the marsh, trees, birds, amphibians, reptiles, as well as the history of the area.
Specialty themed walks are also offered throughout the year and may include anything from trees to birds to reptiles.
Be sure to check our Calendar of Events for a listing of upcoming walks or call Friends at (905) 723-5047.