Foxes and Coyotes —
An afternoon with Friends of Thorn Creek Woods
Sunday, November 5.

Join us for a discussion of gray and red foxes and coyotes in our northeastern Illinois region featuring John Yunger, professor of Biology at Governors State University.  At our annual gathering of nature lovers, there will be a short Friends meeting, which will be open to the public, and pot luck refreshments. Foxes and Coyotes — An Afternoon with Friends of Thorn Creek Woods will be held in the Thorn Creek Woods Nature Center, an accessible facility.

Remember to set your clocks back this day for the end to daylight savings time.


Sunday, November 5.
12 noon – 3 p.m.
Free.  Ages 12-adult.
Registration required by Friday, November 3.
Call us at (708) 747-6320.

 

Animals in Autumn – For Kids

Come and explore how plants and animals prepare for the cold weather and darker days.

Participants will create a bird feeder, conduct an experiment and look for clues of
winter preparation on a hike in the preserve. Be prepared to walk more than 1 mile
outdoors on natural surface trails across uneven terrain.

This program for children is sponsored by Thorn Creek Audubon Society.

Sunday, November 12.
1-3 p.m.
Free. Ages 9-12 years.
Registration required by Friday, November 10.
Call us at (708) 747-6320.