Welcome

Our facility will be closed on Monday, Jan. 15th in observation of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Our building will reopen to the public at 9am on Tuesday, Jan. 16th.

As always, our grounds and trails featuring self-guided tours are free and open daily from dawn until dusk.
Please exercise caution to remain safe on trails, sidewalks, and driveways, as conditions may be icy.

Our facility is open on weekdays from 9am to 4pm and on weekends from 10am to 2pm.

As always, our grounds and trails featuring self-guided tours are free and open daily from dawn until dusk.

Back-Acre Bird Hike

Join ALNC naturalist and resident birder, Alex Jeffers, on a guided birdwatching hike in celebration of the 2016 Great Backyard Bird Count. Hike our prairie, wetland, and woodlands to help us track birds on our grounds as part of this nation-wide citizen science initiative. Bring your kids, your lovebird, or yourself to discover and identify […]

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March: Spring into Phenology – Buds, Blossoms, and Birds

Spring into Phenology — Buds, Blossoms, and Birds As winter slowly thaws into spring, there are new nature discoveries emerging every day! This month, you and your family can join us as we gear up for springtime phenology – through observing and recording natural events like melting ice, new hatchings, blossoms, and migrations. Listen for bird […]

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March: Spring into Phenology – Buds, Blossoms, and Birds

Spring into Phenology — Buds, Blossoms, and Birds As winter slowly thaws into spring, there are new nature discoveries emerging every day! This month, you and your family can join us as we gear up for springtime phenology – through observing and recording natural events like melting ice, new hatchings, blossoms, and migrations. Listen for bird […]

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March: Spring into Phenology – Buds, Blossoms, and Birds

Spring into Phenology — Buds, Blossoms, and Birds As winter slowly thaws into spring, there are new nature discoveries emerging every day! This month, you and your family can join us as we gear up for springtime phenology – through observing and recording natural events like melting ice, new hatchings, blossoms, and migrations. Listen for bird […]

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