Charlotte Reconnecting Ourselves With Nature is the Charlotte Chapter of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation. They hold free community events in and around the Charlotte area.
Their mission is “to educate and engage the citizens of the greater Charlotte region about the benefits of creating wildlife friendly communities”.
Community Nature Program: Vultures
Tuesday, January 14th, 2020
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Discovery Place Nature
1658 Sterling Road
They may not be pretty, but vultures make up for it with intelligence. Join us as Audrey Blackburn from Carolina Raptor Center shares how and why this raptor is such a fascinating contributor to our world.
I Spy Wild Winter
Sunday, January 26th, 2020
3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Little Sugar Creek Greenway entrance on Brandywine behind the Park Road Shopping Center
Explore winter-time nature along the Little Sugar Creek Greenway. Even when it’s cold outside nature’s wonders are all around for us to enjoy. So bundle up and join naturalists from CROWN as we take an easy stroll along the path. We will gather at the greenway entrance on Brandywine behind the Park Road Shopping Center for an easy, family-friendly hike along the path. (stroller and wheel-chair friendly).
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