Seven Ponds Nature Center

A Nature Sanctuary and Environmental Education Center

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Volunteering


Assistant Naturalists & Adult Learning Classes

Classes are open to Assistant Naturalists only. Coffee, tea, and a snack are provided and you are welcome to bring your lunch to eat with the group. If you would like to become a part of this fine program, contact Lois Rheaume at 810-796-3200.

December Session
Because of the Holidays we have no class this month. The staff wishes you all very Happy Holidays.

Mammal Myths Debunked
January 21, 9:30 am
Think you know Michigan mammals? Come to this class to learn fact from fiction. We will have fun learning about some of the mammals that make Michigan thier home.

No Class scheduled for February.

Stingers


The Women's Auxiliary of Seven Ponds, or Stingers, perform much rewarding work for the nature center and have a lot of fun. They meet on the first Monday of each month, April through October. Meetings begin at 11:30 a.m. and bring a brown bag lunch (coffee and tea are provided).
Volunteer Interest Form
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Nest Box Monitors


We are again looking for dedicated volunteers to monitor our bluebird nest boxes this year. This very important opportunity helps us to keep track of not only bluebirds, but also wrens, swallows, chickadees and other small birds that use these boxes. Please contact Naturalist Cathy Wesley.

Garden Volunteers


Volunteers are also needed for the various gardens at Seven Ponds. These gardens are a beautiful focal point during the summer months for teaching and reflection. If you are interested in doing general garden maintenance for the Butterfly Garden, the Herb Garden or the Woodland Wildflower Area, contact the nature center.