Saturday, March 29, 7:30 PM
Love is in the air, even this early in the year!
Salamanders and other amphibians take advantage of the rainy time of year to converge in vernal ponds to find mates and lay eggs.
We'll start off the night at the Metea County Park Nature Center, with a short presentation on the salamander population at Metea, and then we'll go for a night hike to one of the vernal ponds to see them take their yearly journey.
Dress for the weather!
Cost is $2. Call 449-3777 to reserve your spot on the hike.