The presentation was filled with laughter, especially when Jan Swanson, left, Springbrook’s administrative assistant, and Tara Rogness, interpretive program supervisor, read a Siah Top 10 list.
Springbrook Nature Center
The Minnesota House of Representatives released an $800 million bonding bill April 9 that includes $5 million for Springbrook Nature Center in Fridley.
One day he might be escorting a three-foot long orphan alligator rescued to the safety of a bathtub in his own home or the next day he’ll be traipsing across Springbrook’s fields with net in hand, wading through reed canary grasses rising well above his rimless glasses, to capture butterflies for a lepidoptera count.
The weather Saturday finally decided to cooperate just in time for Springbrook Nature Center’s annual Spring Fling.
Over 100 participants rang in NOON Year! at the Springbrook Nature Center in Fridley Dec. 31.
Ring out the old and usher in the new in Springbrook Nature Center’s second annual Ringing in the NOON Year! Monday, Dec. 31, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., with a plethora of fun-filled activities slated for both indoors and outdoors.
Springbrook Nature Center was host to 3,300 visitors at its annual Pumpkin Night in the Park.
Pirates might be a hot topic of the hour but Springbrook Nature Center had its swashbuckling capers in a row long before the pirate frenzy took hold as the diversion du jour.