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Ha Ha Tonka Things To Do This Summer
Dated: May 29 2014
May 31st 1- 2:30 pm Woodland Wildflower Walk - Join naturalist walk on Acorn Trail and learn the ID of windflowers & grasses and why fire is so importNt to their survival.
June 3rd 7pm - 8pm - Enjoy a free concert by Lake Area Community Orchestra at the park's castle ruins. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
June 7th & July 12th from 8:15pm - 9:15pm Bats, that's right!
Meet @ River Cave and learn about bats & watch the endangered gray bats leave for their nightly hunt.
June 14th from 8:30pm - 9:30pm - Astronomy for Beginners
Join the park naturalist and Camden County Astronomy Club for an evening of star gazing at the post office shelter house.
June 21st & July 19th from 8:30pm - 9:30pm Night Hike - Hike Spring Trail after hours with a park naturalist & learn the calls and songs of the nocturnal residents.
June 28th & July 26th from 8:30pm - 9:30pm Owl Prowl
Join a park naturalist at the post office shelter and attempt to call in a barred owl from the woods.
July 29th & 30th from 9:00pm - 11:30am Crawdads & Dragonflies Explorer Day Camp
Explore the waters of Ha Ha Tonka, hike in a creek and look for Crawdads, insects, fish & other aquatic life. Learn the history of the park, learn about watersheds, water cycle, streams teams, etc. Day camp includes projects, games & crafts. Children ages 6 to 12 years old welcomed. Reservations required & may call park beginning July 1 for reservations.
For more info on Ha Ha Tonka visit www.mostateparks.com
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