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Environmental Information & Programs
The City of Rochester Hills is committed to providing quality environmental programs to our residents and youth organizations, as well as helpful advice on local wildlife issues. 

Environmental Programs are offered year-round and are typically on the last Saturday of the month. Summer activities include an overnight day camp, and cover various topics, such as fishing, survival, outdoor exploration, and nature discovery.

 2016 Environmental Education Programs
Starry, Starry Night - December 10, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Free for Museum Members
Non-Members $5.00 Adults / $3.00 Students & Seniors
Visit the Museum Programs page for online reservations
2016 Programs Calendar           

Our naturalist is available to answer wildlife nuisance questions about deer, raccoons, skunks, bats, groundhogs, and snakes, as well as other outdoor-related questions.

Literature is available regarding deer-proofing your yard, including planting suggestions and techniques to prevent deer from eating your landscape plants. Please visit our Deer Management Advisory Committee page for more information.

Lance DeVoe
Nature & Wildlife Issues

Patrick Endres
Environmental Programs

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