Night of Frogs
Michigan is home to 13 species of frogs. Many of them are never seen by the average person because of their secretive habits. Retired Sterling Heights naturalist Gordon Lonie has taken videos of his experiences venturing into ponds at night to see frogs and toads calling, mating and laying eggs. He
will be showcasing these videos and telling stories of his adventures during his program “Night of the Frogs.” In addition to frogs, Gordon will encounter salamanders, snakes, turtles, tadpoles, aquatic ‘bugs’ and much more.
Come to Fenner Nature Center on June 29th from 12:00p.m. to 1:00p.m. to learn more about Michigan’s amazing amphibians and why their presence in the wild is critical to our ecosystem’s health. All ages are welcome to attend the program.
Free for members, costs $5 for non-members.
For more information, visit Fenner Nature Center on the web at www.mynaturecenter.org. Or call us at 517.483.4224.Fenner Nature Center is located at 2020 E. Mt. Hope Ave., just East of Aurelius Rd. in Lansing.
Fenner Nature Center
2020 East Mt. Hope Avenue, Lansing, Michigan