Albion Michgian News

Albion’s Trails – The Whitehouse Nature Center

March 29, 2019 (AMN) — Warmer temperatures are around the corner and Albion is seeing more foot traffic than in recent years. Students and residents are flocking to parks and trails as more blue sky and sun filled days bless our community. The Whitehouse Nature Center is a popular destination for many in the community. You are welcome by a peaceful environment as you enter the center. You will find many Albionites relaxing on the bridge and enjoying the calm provided by the scenery. Mornings are filled with ducks and geese entering and exiting the river as if it were an airport. Arrivals and departures will greet you every morning and afternoon. Cardinals and Blue Jays will overfly you without a care in the world.

As you enter the nature center you’ll come across a moment of peace as you cross into one of Albion’s treasures. Bird watching is a popular hobby for many whom visit the park. You will find a variety of species at the entrance alone awaiting you so have you’re camera or binoculars ready. You may even come across many of the new baby squirrels running along the grass and into the trees above you. It’s an environment that welcomes you as an escape from every day life. The best thing is that there’s no admission, no event charge. Many of our wonders in the community are free and require no cover charge. Visitors are only asked to follow the rules and keep the park free and clean.

As Spring enters full swing the center will become home again to many of Mother Nature’s creatures of the forest. We hope you choose to experience the abundance wonders the Whitehouse Nature Center has offer. Residents and tourist should also visit the Nature Center’s Facebook page for upcoming events for kids and adults. The center offers bird watching, STEM Geekends, Maple Syrup Making workshops and so much more. The month of May bring with it butterflies and other “pollinators.”

As Spring enters full swing the center will become home again to many of Mother Nature’s creatures of the forest. We hope you choose to experience the abundance wonders the Whitehouse Nature Center has offer. Residents and tourist should also visit the Nature Center’s Facebook page for upcoming events for kids and adults. The center offers bird watching, STEM Geekends, Maple Syrup Making workshops and so much more. The month of May bring with it butterflies and other “pollinators.”

-Albion Michigan News

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