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5 hours ago

Winter is finally here! Folks had a ton of fun on the Saturday Bird and Nature Outing at Starlweather Creek Otter Go Sledding Party! Take a hike along creekside neighborhoods to enjoy the beautiful winter scenery.

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5 days ago

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6 days ago

Enjoy Winter Nature Recreation with Bird and Nature Outings! It looks like Madison will get some snow Friday! Bring the kids and sleds to an Otter Go Sledding Party on Sat Jan 19 10am at Starkweather Creek meeting by the Olbrich Park sled hill on Atwood Ave along Lake Monona.
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Sat Jan 19, 10-11:30am Bird and Nature Outing at Starkweather Creek
Otter Sledding Party with Friends of Starkweather Creek
3300 Atwood Ave, meet at Olbrich Park on Lake Monona below the sledding hill
Enjoy a fun winter nature outing/sledding party at the Olbrich Park sledding hill by Lake Monona across from Olbrich Gardens! If there is not enough snow to sled we will take a walk at Olbrich Gardens and along Starkweather Creek. Did you know that Otters are nature's sledding experts? Some sleds will be provided, bring your own if you have one. We may have hot chocolate and a campfire. Free, family friendly nearby nature recreation, no registration required, no pets. Wear comfortable hiking shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather. Bring binoculars or a camera if you have one! Bird and Nature Outings at Starkweather Creek every 3rd Saturday of the month are co-sponsored by Madison FUN partners Madison Parks, Madison Audubon and Friends of Starkweather Creek. See the partner websites and Facebook pages for more details and nature activities. Contact 608-698-0104
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Upcoming Outings: cityofmadison.com/parks/events/bird-nature.cfm
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2 weeks ago

FYI, I've created a Facebook group called Friends of Acewood Conservation Park. If you use and care about the park, please consider joining so we can all communicate about the woods, the pond, the bike trail, and any other topics related to the park's health and well-being. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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