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Kid's Nature Club
The activities offered will be free, fun and educational aimed to engage children between the ages of 5 and 12. The “Kids Nature Club” will be held on a drop in basis, so adults should plan to stay with their children while at FENCE. Also spend some time during their visit exploring the trails. This month’s theme is Animals. Kids will get a chance to meet the FENCE educational animals and create an animal themed craft.
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Summer Bird Hike with Aaron Steed
Though August is a summer month, it is the start of the fall migration for many of our local birds. Many of our summer bird residents are still around at this time of year, perhaps still singing, while certain species such as Barn Swallow and Purple Martin have largely gone. The first of many southbound songbird migrants are just beginning to trickle through. Join international bird guide, Aaron Steed, for a walk through the woodlands around FENCE and search for a variety of warblers, tanagers, sparrows and more.
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Walk on the Wild Side with Carlton Burke
Carlton Burke will be visiting FENCE and leading a nature hike on the property. Meet at the FENCE nature center at 9am on Saturday, September 9th for a guided hike with local naturalist, Carlton Burke. He brings along much expertise about the natural world! This hike will focus on all things encountered along the way and is appropriate for all ages. Thank you to the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation for making programs like these possible.
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Fall Bird Hike with Aaron Steed
Join international bird guide Aaron Steed for a walk in the woodlands and fields of FENCE and look for a variety of migrant songbirds.Fall migration will be past its peak but there will still be much to see in the way of birds.
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Mushroom walk
Free, guided mushroom walk at FENCE. Meet at the FENCE center. Please call FENCE (828-859-9021) or email (info@fence.org) to register for the walk.
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Tryon Garden Club Program
Guest speaker David Campbell. Author of An Inventory of the Significant Natural Areas of Polk Count, NC
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Tryon Garden Club Program
"Wetlands, Long Leaf Pines" with Steve Bennett
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Tryon Garden Club Program-Canceled
Guest speaker Rick Huffman, founder of SC Native Plant Society
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Tryon Garden Club Program
Guest speaker Richard Porcher
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