Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center, SW of Schroeder
Thu, 07/31/2014 (All day) - Sat, 08/30/2014 (All day)
Sugarloaf Cove southwest of Schroeder is a 35-acre preserved site, including a 7.5-acre Minnesota Scientific and Natural Area, open to the public. Trails are open from dawn to dusk year-round. The Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center is open daily during the summer and offers a schedule of public programs. All programs are free unless otherwise noted.
Every Thursday from 7 am-noon: Bird banding demonstration (come any time).
Every Saturday at 2 pm: Geology walk around the Cove led by naturalist.
Every Sunday at 1 pm: "Naturally Superior," in-depth presentations on a variety of North Shore nature topics, by Sugarloaf Cove naturalist Margie Menzies.
Saturday, July 26, 10 am: "Evolution of North Shore Streams," presented by Dr. Karen Gran.
Saturday, August 9, 1 pm: Annual member meeting and Ice Cream Social.
Saturday, August 16, 10 am: "Lake Superior Astronomy."
Saturday, August 23: "Writing Wild - Stories from Sugarloaf Cove" (preregistration and fee required).
Saturday, August 30, 10 am: "In the Field," with botanist Chel Anderson.
Sugarloaf Cove is located approximately six miles southwest of Schroeder, at mile 73.3, 9096 Hwy 61. More information about programs and events and registration are available at www.sugarloafnorthshore.org, or by phone at 218-525-0001.