Join the Friends of Warren County Conservation for a non-scary Rule Breakers’ Halloween Hike! This year’s theme is all about species that break the rules! Science teaches certain rules to determine what makes something a plant and if an animal is a reptile, bird, mammal, fish, or amphibian. Trek down the jack o’ lantern lit trail and meet some interesting species, including the platypus, bat, ostrich, venus flytrap, and the slender glass lizard. Afterwards, you can enjoy a craft and a snack in the nature center.
The event is $2 for children and $3 for adults, children 3 and under are free. Pre-registration is required.
Hikes leave the nature center at 6:30, 6:40, 6:50, 7:00, 7:10, 7:20, and 7:30.
**Please arrive at the Annett Nature Center 5-10 minutes early to get checked in before your departure time. The hikes leave the nature center at the scheduled times. In order to maintain the schedule throughout the entire night, we will not hold hikes. If you arrive late for your scheduled time, we will do our best to get you into the next opening in the hikes, however that may be at the end of the night. We do have a cap per hike time to avoid overcrowding, and to make sure everyone can hear at each stop on the trail.**
**Registration is required. Contact 515-961-6169 to register**