Latest Past Events

May Audubon Zoom Program

Phenology: Using this age-old science to predict bloom time and insect activity Phenology is the study of recurring biological phenomena and their relationship to weather and climate. Bird migration, hunting and gathering seasons, blooming of wildflowers and trees, and the seasonal appearance of insects are examples of phenological events that have been recorded for centuries. ... Read more

April Audubon Program – Dave Nolin on Huffman Prairie

Audubon April program Date: Monday, April 26, 2021 Time: 7:00 pm Speaker: Dave Nolin Topic: Huffman Prairie history and restoration Join us to learn about the history and restoration of Huffman Prairie – the historic flying field of the Wright Brothers. Located on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, this prairie has been the focus ... Read more

Bender Mountain Wildflower Walk


Spring Ephemeral Walk April 8 11:00am-12:30pm             Join Joyce Richter, Western Wildlife Corridor board member, naturalist and avid hiker, as she takes us on a guided walk through the preserve. We should see Blue-eyed Mary carpeting the forest floor, a variety of Waterleaf species, and many other blooming understory native ... Read more