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Christmas Bird Count (Miami Valley Audubon) - Oxford area

For 115 years Audubon has been conducting a Christmas Bird Count throughout the country. It doesn't matter if you are just learning to bird watch or if you are an accomplished birder, come out for a brisk walk to look for the winter birds. Meet at the Miami University Research Ecology Research Center at 5806 Somerville Rd. Oxford OH 45056.
Saturday. December 20, 7:00 AM-12:00 PM
Offsite: Event - Offsite

Christmas Bird Count : Hamilton-Fairfield

For 115 years Christmas Bird Counts have been conducted throughout the country. It doesn't matter if you are just learning to bird watch or if you are an accomplished birder, come out for a brisk walk to look for the winter birds. MetroParks sites will include Gilmore and Rentschler. This bird count is sponsored by the Cincinnati Bird Club. Contact Mike Busam for details.
Saturday. December 20, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Offsite: Event - Offsite

In The Dark: Night Hike

Winter is a great time to investigate the night. Let's find out what's in the dark when the sun goes down.
Saturday. December 20, 6:30-8:30 PM
Chrisholm MetroPark: Chrisholm - Rosemont Barn

Walking Sticks: Timberman Ridge

Explore one of our newest park areas. FREE exploratory hiking program designed for active adults. Registration requested. 1976 Timberman Rd. Hamilton OH 45013
Saturday. December 27, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Forest Run MetroPark: FR Welcome Center Conference Room

New Year's Orienteering - Orienteering Cincinnati, Inc.

Join Orienteering Cincinnati, Inc. for this advanced night navigation adventure. Go to OCIN website for details http://ocin.org MetroParks of Butler County vehicle permit required and may be purchased at event. Vehicle permit is free for residents. Prior orienteering experience required. Rentschler Forest MetroPark, Timberhill Activity Area is located at 3976 Hamilton-Middletown Road, Hamilton, OH 45011
Wednesday. December 31, 7:00 AM-10:00 PM
Rentschler Forest MetroPark: Timberhill - Wagon Wheel Lodge

New Year's Orienteering - Orienteering Cincinnati, Inc.

Join Orienteering Cincinnati, Inc. http://ocin.org to learn this fun sport. There will be instruction for beginners. Courses of various length and difficulty will be offered. $7 for OCIN members, $10 for non-members, $2 discount if you have your own SI timing card, Free for 2014-15 TROL (Tri-State Regional Orienteering League) Season Pass holders. MetroParks of Butler County vehicle permit is required and will be available at event. Rentschler Forest MetroPark, Timberhill Activity Area is located at 3976 Hamilton-Middletown Road, Hamilton, OH 45011
Thursday. January 1, 11:00 AM-1:00 PM
Rentschler Forest MetroPark: Timberhill - Wagon Wheel Lodge

Marvelous Mammals

Visit with our local mammals, make an edible craft, investigate animal tracks and play a nature game. FREE program, open to the public, however children must be accompanied by an adult whose participation is encouraged. FREE lunch following the program!REGISTRATION BY PHONE AT 513-887-9791. Location: Hamilton Chapter, Izaak Walton League, 450 Beissinger Road, Hamilton, OH 45013
Saturday. January 17, 10:00 AM-12:30 PM
Offsite: Event - Offsite

Advanced Winter Survival Camp

Could you survive? Build on skills learned in Survival Camp by building fires, orienteering, mapping and take home your very own survival tool. This two hour holiday camp is geared towards children ages 6 - 12. Wear weather appropriate clothes to be outside for some activities. Snack is included.
Monday. January 19, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Voice of America MetroPark: Lakeview Room

Winter Survival Camp

Could you survive? Learn survival techniques through fun hands-on activities such as building a small lean-to, tracking, craft and making a survival kit to take home. This two hour holiday camp is geared towards children ages 6 - 12. Wear weather appropriate clothes to be outside to have some fun. Snack is included.
Monday. January 19, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Voice of America MetroPark: Trophy Room
Voice of America MetroPark: Community Room

Advanced Winter Survival Camp

Could you survive? Build on skills learned in Survival Camp by building fires, orienteering, mapping and take home your very own survival tool. This two hour holiday camp is geared towards children ages 6 - 12. Wear weather appropriate clothes to be outside for some activities. Snack is included.
Monday. January 19, 1:00-3:00 PM
Voice of America MetroPark: Lakeview Room
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