The Twinsburg Naturalist's Office is located in the circa 1836 Stone House at 9207 Liberty Road. Naturalist Stanley Stine welcomes questions about Ohio's natural history and especially that of the Twinsburg area. It is best to call in advance when visiting Stanley.
May 26th at 9 PM, Center Valley Bike Path
Frogs of May are special in their own way and certainly larger than the earlier season of croakers. We might even see a glowworm as we walk! We will remain on the bike path. Sights and sounds of the night are our goals for this adventure so bring flashlights and a sense of adventure. Note: two nights are scheduled. Meet at the rear parking lot (near bike path) of Dodge Intermediate School. 2 hrs.
May 27th at 9 AM, Pond Brook Conservation Area
What we see and hear at this point in May will have changed as migrating birds are where they need to be and trees shade spring wildflowers. Changes should hint at summertime now, so bring binoculars, camera or simply your observational skills. A great time of day and month to walk outdoors! Meet at the Pond Brook Conservation Area, 3973 E. Aurora Rd. About 2 hrs.
Morning Walk Along Buttonbush
June 9th at 9 AM, Pond Brook Conservation Area
Before the busy time of year, when vacations and other summer activities beckon, we’ll enjoy a springtime morning on Buttonbush Trail. We’ll be listening and watching for what nature provides on this walk. Binoculars, camera and boots if rain is in the forecast, are suggested.
Meet at the Pond Brook Conservation Area parking lot, 3973 E. Aurora Rd. 2 hrs.