Date & Time: 
Sunday, May 5, 2019 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Cherokee Marsh - North Unit
6098 North Sherman Avenue
Madison, WI

Amazing Amphibians with Jeff Steele ~ Learn about Wisconsin's common native frog and toad species and how to identify their calls. If we're lucky, we may even find a tiger salamander!  Join Naturalist Jeff Steele at Cherokee Marsh to explore trails past ephemeral ponds in oak openings and scenic boardwalks through the wetlands.  Get down on your belly and go eye to eye with the frogs if you want!  Along the way you will enjoy seeing spring birds and wildflowers. 

Cherokee Marsh is Madison’s largest conservation park. Explore beautiful trails through the woodlands, wetlands and restored prairies along the Yahara ‘Catfish’ River. Co-sponsored by Madison Parks, Friends of Cherokee Marsh and Madison Audubon Society. Follow North Sherman Ave. to the parking lot at the end of the gravel entrance road. Free, family-friendly guided nature walks at Cherokee Marsh Conservation Park – North are held on the 1st Sunday of each month, year-round 1:30-3pm. No registration required. No pets are allowed.

Event Cost: Free
Handicapped Accessible: No
Pre-Registration?: No
American Sign Language (ASL) Provided?: No
Event Website: Bird & Nature Outings

Last Updated : 01/29/2021
Agency: Parks