Here's the latest newsletter from the ecology preserve. Their Starry Nights program is tomorrow night. I hear it is amazing.
Hi! Hope everyone is enjoying our beautiful spring days! Check out our
blooming native azaleas at Azalea Place at the Preserve. Irises should
be blooming soon at the pond! Have a great program Saturday night and
the weather is looking good.
We are now enrolling for Summer Ecology Camp! Info available on web
Visit us at the FEP booth on the 24th at Auburn City Fest in the
non-profit booth area!
Mark your calenders for the Honeybee program on May 8th at 10 am
Watch for the launch of our new web site!
Starry Nights! The Forest Ecology preserve and the Auburn Astronomical
Society are hosting an Astronomy program on Saturday, April 17th from
7:00- 10:00 p.m. at the Mary Olive Thomas Demonstration Forest on
Moore's Mill Road (from Auburn, take right on Moore's Mill Road off of
Samford Avenue, go through 3 traffic lights, 1 mile on left past the
Ogletree Shopping Village and new Publix). Join the Louise Kreher Forest
Ecology Preserve staff and the Auburn Astronomical Society for a night
under the stars. Enjoy a short program on stars , planets and
telescopes, a space movie, constellation laser show, high-powered
telescopes and some out-of this world snacks. Admission is $3 for
non-members and $2 for members. Not recommended for children under 5.
Bring a flashlight- red cellophane will be available. For more
information, call Jennifer Lolley at 334-707-6512 or check the Preserve
website at www.auburn.edu/preserve
Jennifer Lolley '86
Forest Ecology Preserve
(334) 844-8091 (office)
(334) 707-6512 (cell)
(334) 844-1084 (fax)