Photo essay: A misty morning at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
By Eddee Daniel
The Schlitz Audubon Nature Center has a well-deserved reputation for its education programs and its exemplary collection of living raptors. The main building also sits on 185 acres of forests, wetlands, restored prairies, ravines, bluffs and Lake Michigan shoreline. Six miles of trails wind through it all. I saw quite a lot of it during a two-hour walk on a misty morning recently. And until the very end, when I happened upon a class of sixth graders learning how to canoe on Mystery Lake, I had the whole place to myself.
Here is a little of what I saw.
For more information about Schlitz Adubon Nature Center, click here.
Eddee Daniel is a board member of Preserve Our Parks. Schlitz Audubon Nature Center is a partner organization to A Wealth of Nature.