Looking for a way to explore our trails in the snow? We have snowshoes and sleds available for rent at Earthplace!
Join us via Zoom as we have a virtual discussion about Bringing Nature Home. In Bringing Nature Home, Douglas W. Tallamy reveals the unbreakable link between native plant species and native wildlife—native insects cannot, or will not, eat alien plants.
Click here to register.
Test your knowledge of nature trivia! Celebrate Earth Day by spending an evening in our outdoor amphitheater with your friends.
There will be 55 questions for you and your team to answer. Compete against other teams. Each team can have up to 4 members. Only 12 teams can participate, so sign up now!
Entry fee is $40/team. Register here.
Join an animal care technician as they feed our Birds of Prey. Learn about what they would eat in the wild, their behaviors, how we care for these birds, and fun facts. There is also a question and answer session.
Join us every weekday for an animal-themed story and an encounter with one of our Animal Hall residents. For children age 5 and under.
Experience our birds of prey outside their enclosures! On the first Sunday of the month we host a bird-on-glove demonstration.
Animal Hall 10 am-12 pm Mon-Fri
*Enter through the Birds of Prey gate behind the building
Birds of Prey Exhibit 10 am-2 pm Mon-Fri
The grounds are open dawn to
dusk, year round - free of charge
Please note: Earthplace is a wildlife sanctuary
and NO DOGS are allowed on the grounds