Campfire programs wolves, animals of the St. Croix

The Wildlife Science Center will present a campfire program on wolves at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve.

Attendees will learn the basics of this predator, its biology, ecology, behavior and how it compares to other large predators.

Lake Elmo Park Reserve is at the intersection of County Road 19 and County Road 10 (one mile north of Interstate 94) in Lake Elmo. The program will be in the campground amphitheater. It is a free program with park permit ($5 per day or $25 annually).

A campfire program by the Carpenter Nature Center will feature animals of the St. Croix at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park.

St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park is along the St. Croix River on County Road 21, between County Road 76 and County Road 78, in Denmark Township. The program will be in the campground amphitheater. It is a free program with park permit ($5 per day or $25 annually).

Call 651-430-8240 or see co.washington.mn.us/parks for more information.

  • Bill LB

    Animals are the natural extension of the human race. Many need protection, before they are wiped out due to ignorance. In the United States, the Grey Wolf is one such species that is on the “run” again for its survival. Please go onto MoveOn and read, and if inclined, please sign my petition. Search by the words: States are Reckless – Please put Grey Wolves Back on Federal Protection List

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