Seven Ponds Nature Center

A Nature Sanctuary and Environmental Education Center

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Volunteering


A Few Ways to Get Involved
Besides becoming a member, there are so many ways you can make a difference:

- Hike, Paul’s Woods, Earl’s Prairie, and North 80 and bring a friend!
- Join us for one of our free programs or upcoming Special Events
- Volunteer in the Butterfly Garden, help us continue planting trees for the Forest of the Future
- Follow us on social media for the latest updates - Facebook

If you have any questions at all, give us a call at 810-796-3200

Assistant Naturalists & Adult Learning Classes

These adult classes are held on Saturdays and usually start at 12:00 pm and run to 3:00 pm.
Classes are open to Assistant Naturalists only. If you would like to become a part of this rewarding program, contact us at 810-796-3200 or Katie McKiernan at kmckiernan@sevenponds.org

September, 15
Birds of Seven Ponds
It is no secret that Seven Ponds loves birds. In this class Naturalist Nancy will teach us all about our beloved feathered friends. Learn different calls and how to identify some of the bird you will see around the nature center.

No Class in October 2018 due to Enchanted Woodland and Birdseed Saturday! All help is welcome! Please call the nature center.

November, 10
Spiders
Are spiders the things of nightmares, or are they a key aspect in a healthy ecosystem? Come learn about this often misunderstood arachnid in a class all about spiders.

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.
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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.

Volunteer Interest Form