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City Nature Challenge: Creek Exploration w/ Mike Compton
April 30, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Calling all community scientists! This program will focus on exploring a section of one of our creeks to discover and document aquatic life for the City Nature Challenge. We recommend each registered party have at least one member who has, or can create, an iNaturalist account in advance of the program. Be prepared to photograph your findings and upload them to iNaturalist either during the program or by May 8th.
Bring: water, closed-toe shoes, hiking stick (optional), camera or smart phone for taking pictures
Hike Leaders: Mike Compton, aquatic zoologist at Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves, & Floracliff naturalists
Hiking level: Easy to Moderate
Please note: The Nature Center is open for restroom access only. Masks are currently required indoors.
COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES: Floracliff does not require fully-vaccinated individuals to wear masks during outdoor programs as long as adequate physical distance (6-feet) can be maintained between others outside of one’s household/pod. Floracliff continues to recommend unvaccinated individuals wear a mask throughout all programs, especially when adequate physical distance cannot be maintained between others outside of one’s household/pod.
All program participants and Floracliff representatives, both fully-vaccinated and unvaccinated, should have a mask available during programs in the case that adequate physical distance cannot be maintained. We are happy to provide one to you if necessary.
*These guidelines are subject to change at any time according to current state and CDC guidance.
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Weather Policy: For the safety and enjoyment of our visitors, all programs are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather, including rain, wind, and severe weather warnings and advisories.