Annual Open House
Join us for a day of hiking, canoeing, rock climbing, and adventure ropes on June 15. See details. June 15, 2013
Advanced Bird Banding Workshops Are you a current bird bander, looking to advance your skills? Wolf Ridge is excited to host instructors from the Institute for Bird Populations for 2 advanced-skills workshops this summer.July 23-37 or July 28-Aug. 1
Visiting Groups This Week
Hilltop Primary, HMJDS, Carlton,
Sojourner Truth, Raleigh Edison, William Kelley,
Open World Learning Community, AmericInn
April 27 Spring Erupts!
Nature appeared to be stalling last week with 36 inches of snow still on the ground. Then came an eruption with the weekend sun! April 27th was a day to go down in the history of Wolf Ridge phenology! We saw our first loons, morning cloak butterflies, earthworms, black bears, red-winged black birds, belted king fishers, garter snakes, and painted turtles! The cacophony of calls was thrilling, as we welcomed the return of the Oh-sweet Canada- Canada- Canada of the White Throated Sparrow. - Jill Legault
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