Audubon offers programs, field trips, activities, and workshops related to the environment. From September through May, monthly evening programs take place at Moraine Park Technical College. From National Avenue, turn into parking lot O and enter door O-1. Classrooms are on your left. Audubon programs are open to the public with no admission fee. Adults, families, and young people with an interest in environmental issues are encouraged to attend.
The following have been CANCELED Due to Social Distancing Mandate:
TREE PLANTING scheduled for April 8
FIELD TRIP TO WILD ROSE FISH HATCHERY scheduled for April 18
IDENTIFYING WONDERFUL WARBLERS scheduled for May 13
The following are STILL SCHEDULED. These may change depending the pandemic situation. Be sure to check back:
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATORY BIRD EVENT
International Migratory Bird Month celebrates Birds Connect Our World and actions you can take to help birds 365 days of the year. Fond du Lac joins in this international awareness event with the following activities:
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 5:30–7:30 pm
Ubuntu Art Space, 52 E. Division Street
(Exhibit will be on display until May 28.)
Artist Mel Kolstad will showcase her bird stamp series in drypoint and watercolor. Refreshments.
FRIDAY, MAY 1, 6 pm
Bird Walk around Camelot Pond
Camelot Business Center
Close to 40 species can be seen within two hours.
SATURDAY, MAY 2 – Bird Walks
Greenway Arboretum, 7 am
Supple Marsh’s New Trail, 10 am
Lakeside Park, 1 pm Meet at the mature trees area at the end of North Main Street.
SATURDAY, MAY 2 – Birding Bike Ride, 10 am
Meet at the shelter by UWO-Fond du Lac’s east parking lot on the Gottfried Arboretum.
Riders will explore and bird watch along the Prairie Trail, Peebles Trail, and Lakeside Park Fond du Lac Loop trails. Distance: 8–12 miles, adjusted according to the participants’ fitness levels.
SUMMER EVENING WALKS WITH AUDUBON
Weekly throughout the Summer
Explore local wild areas and parks.
Details will be available in late spring on the website and on Facebook.