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Posted on: November 7, 2018

Upcoming Outdoor Programs: Look at Winter Wildlife and Learning to Coexist with our Wild Neighbors

Later this Month and into early December, the City of Rochester Hills continues to offer programs for people to get outdoors and learn about wildlife right here in our city. The City’s Parks & Natural Resources Department, through their Outdoor Engagement unit, will be holding multiple programs for individuals and families. Join our naturalists, Lance and Lauren, as they look at Winter Wildlife or join them to learn more about how you as a resident can coexist with wildlife here in Rochester Hills. In addition to the scheduled programs, special interest groups and scouting groups can also contact us to set up a program or hike with our naturalists this winter. Below is a breakdown of upcoming programs; also check our website in the near future to see about other programs coming in January.


Learning to Coexist with our Wild Neighbors

Residents face many challenges living with area wildlife. This program will focus on different animals and explore techniques for living with them.

November 30th - 7:00 pm - City Hall Auditorium
Skill Level: Intermediate    Ages: Adult/HOAs
Cost: Free, registration is required

Winter Wildlife

Explore and enjoy some hands-on learning about how animals adapt to the changing seasons and winter. This program includes a hike to look for signs of wildlife.

December 8th – 1:00 – 2:30 pm - Bloomer Park (Stone Shelter)
Skill Level: Beginner   Age: All ages, children under 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult
Cost: $5/person

Special Interest/Scout Group Programming

To set up programs, hikes, etc. specific for Special Interest or Scout Groups please contact our Natural Resources Division directly at 248.656.4775 or by emailing parks@rochesterhills.org.

Space is limited with these programs, so register now. To register for any of these or our other upcoming Outdoor Engagement Opportunities visit our website rochesterhills.org/outdoors or call the Parks & Natural Resources Department 248-656-4673.

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