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McHenry Conservation District offers winter programs

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  • Learn about short-eared owls, an Illinois endangered species, at one of the winter programs offered by the McHenry County Conservation District.

      Learn about short-eared owls, an Illinois endangered species, at one of the winter programs offered by the McHenry County Conservation District.
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Submitted by McHenry County Conservation District

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

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Find out "What's Up with Weasels," or what life was like in "Winter on the Frontier," take an "Introduction to Snowshoeing," or try "Hunting like a Wolf." Go on a "Mousewalk" or spend "An Afternoon with the Short-eared Owls."

Check "Climb a Kame" off your bucket list or make your sweetheart a "Natural Valentine." Come out to "Make Your Own Wooden Toys," take part in a "Winter Scavenger Hunt" or join them for a "Solstice Night Hike." There is something for everyone and most programs are free.

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

Registration opens for county residents Sunday, Nov. 10, and Wednesday, Nov. 20, for others.

Registration is accepted online, by phone for free programs only at (815) 479-5779; by mail and walk-in at Prairieview Education Center, 2112 Behan Road in Crystal Lake; or walk-in only at Lost Valley Visitor Center, Route 31 and Harts Road in Ringwood.

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