Who is this for?: General Public 17+ Children under 17 must be accompanied by adult.
Fees: Free
Day: Wednesdays
Date: Once per Month
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Oshkosh Seniors Center
When is this offered?: Both Summer and School Year
Join local outdoor enthusiast Rob Zimmer for a monthly nature presentation at the Oshkosh Seniors Center, sponsored by the Oshkosh Recreation Department!  All presentations will be held at the South building located at 200 N. Campbell Rd. Participants will need to pre-register by calling the Seniors Center front desk at (920) 232-5300.   

Nature Series:  Awakenings

Nature Series: Awakenings

Spring is here and we'll take a look at all of the awakening life that comes with the warmth of March.  Migrating birds, watefowl, frogs, wildflowers, tree awakenings and more!

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Nature Series:  Spawning Season

Nature Series: Spawning Season

The season has arrived for many of our popular game fish to begin their spawning season in the cold waters of Wisconsin’s rivers and wetlands. Rob will explore their journeys and travels during this amazing program.

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Nature Series:  Spring Wildflower Virtual Walks

Nature Series: Spring Wildflower Virtual Walks

Rob will take you on a series of virtual hikes through a variety of habitats and locations to enjoy specialty spring wildflowers in bloom during the warmth of May. 

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Nature Series:  Endangered Beauty - The Karner Blue Butterfly

Nature Series: Endangered Beauty - The Karner Blue Butterfly

Rob will share spectacular photos and experiences with Wisconsin’s federally endangered Karner Blue butterfly and talk about this incredible, tiny sapphire beauty.

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Nature Series:  Identifying Dragonflies and Damselflies

Nature Series: Identifying Dragonflies and Damselflies

Learn to identify and explore the lives of many of the common dragonflies and damselflies found in Wisconsin throughout the summer months.

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Nature Series:  Flying Jewels - Hummingbird and Monarch Migrations

Nature Series: Flying Jewels - Hummingbird and Monarch Migrations

By the third week in August, hummingbirds and monarchs are on their way south. Learn all about these amazing creatures and their spectacular migrations and ways you can help them along their journey.

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