Insects and other invertebrates are very important but are often misunderstood. Join Park Interpreter Chris on a bug hunt around the Visitor Center grounds as we discover their diversity and learn how we can help them while we catch and release these many-legged wonders. COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES ARE IN EFFECT FOR GUEST AND STAFF SAFETY. SPACE MAY BE LIMITED
Park Interpreter Chris will lead an exploration of Little Clifty Creek along the Historic Van Winkle trail. We’ll catch insects, snails, crawdads and other creatures. Learn how the critters can tell us if the water is clean or polluted. Meet at the Historic Van Winkle Trailhead, and wear rubber boots or old tennis shoes if you have them. COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES ARE IN EFFECT FOR GUEST AND STAFF SAFETY. SPACE MAY BE LIMITED.
Search for our forest friends, the “Untraceables” and discover the 7 principles of Leave No Trace as we explore the ADA accessible Ozark Plateau Trail. Learn more about conservation at Hobbs State Park and The Natural State during this fun, family-friendly, 0.25-mile hike. COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES ARE IN EFFECT FOR GUEST AND STAFF SAFETY. SPACE MAY BE LIMITED
Join us as we celebrate National Pollinator Week! Pollinators play a crucial role in nature, but they need our help more than ever! Learn how you can help them, including how to plant a pollinator garden, during this free, outdoor program. Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 25th and get a free butterfly milkweed plant at the workshop. COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES ARE IN EFFECT FOR GUEST AND STAFF SAFETY. SPACE MAY BE LIMITED.
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