Updated: Mar 8, 2019
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For Adults and families with children ages eight and up. Sunset in early spring is a great time to see and hear creatures that are hard to find at any other time of year. The emergence of wood frogs from their winter hibernation, and the mating displays of woodcocks (long-billed birds related to snipes-are two of the most notable. Come join us for a short evening walk that will focus on one (or maybe both!-of these creatures. We'll walk about a mile, sometimes off-trail and conditions will probably be muddy. Meet at the Park Office.