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posted: 8/2/2013 2:30 PM

McHenry County features programs for nature enthusiasts

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McHenry County Conservation District's fall program offerings are loaded with both indoor and outdoor nature enthusiast adventures.

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Join in "Fort Building Fun," witness "Migratory Madness" or go on a "Flying Squirrel Night Hike."

People of all ages will enjoy getting outdoors and competing in an "Eco Cache Road Rally," gazing at "Sunset from the Kames," being a part of the "Tellebration Cellebration" or learning how to "Make Your Own Snowshoes."

There is something for everyone. Most programs are free.

Visit the conservation district's website at to view the programs in greater detail, or sign up to receive the seasonal magazine Landscapes.

Registration is accepted online, by phone, mail or walk-in at Prairieview Education Center, 2112 Behan Road, in Crystal Lake, (815) 479-5779.

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