Naturalist Programs

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Canoeing the East Fork of the Little Miami River

Box Turtle

Monarch Butterfly

Public Programs: 

 Winter Lecture Series - Winter is for the Birds

Tuesday, December 5th at Pattison Park Lodge

6:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. 

 Not all birds fly South! Learn about the birds that endure winter, what they like to eat and how to get involved! Jay Stenger from the Audubon Society will lend his expertise on how you can help these tough birds and Raptor Inc. will also be joining us to introduce you to some of our local birds of prey!

Pop-up Naturalist Series - Animal Tracks & Signs

Saturday, December 16th at Kelley Nature Preserve

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 

Wildlife. We may not always see them, but we know they're out there... somewhere! Hone in on your observation skills for our LAST Pop-Up Naturalist Series program of the year! During this Naturalist guided program at Kelley Nature Preserve, we will introduce you to some local wildlife and give some tips on how to identify these elusive creatures. During our guided hike, search for clues that animals leave behind and learn which ones call this protected area home. 


Clermont Pop-Up Naturalist Series occur monthly at various park locations. This series is FREE to kids and adults of all ages and open to the public. Click the title above to save the dates for all of our Pop-Up Naturalist programs!

 Learn to Square Dance!
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Pattison Park Lodge

Grab your partner and save the dates for our FREE Square Dancing Lessons with the Clermont County Park District and our wonderful musicians and caller, Barb Hirst Shade Childers and Russ Childers! First lesson starts Tuesday, January 16th from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Pattison Park Lodge! Please contact our Naturalists at 513.240.2615 or to register for these lessons! YEE HAW!

Every Tuesday:

January 16th, 23rd, 30th

February 13th, 20th & 27th

Final Square Dance & Party on March 13th



Please contact Jana Marshall—Westhoven at 513-240-2615 for information on all the Park District Naturalist Programs




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