Date & Time: 
Sunday, November 13, 2016 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Location(s): 
Turville Point Conservation Park
1156 Olin Turville Court
Madison, WI

Turville Point is a natural peninsula on the west end of Lake Monona that offers spectacular shoreline views of sparkling water through shimmering autumn leaves.  School Naturalist Emily Steinwehe will lead an easy hike on rolling trails and help you spot migratory birds, wildlife and plants getting ready for winter. Beautiful waterfowl like Common Loons that are on the lake and Turville Bay at this time of year.  Free, family friendly.  No registration required. Enjoy a docent table, hot chocolate and share stories around a fire after the walk.

Walks at Turville Point held on the 2nd Sunday every month are co-sponsored by Madison Bird City FUN partners Friends of Olin Turville and Madison Audubon. Meet at the Turville parking lot from John Nolen Drive at the railroad tracks.

Event Cost: Free
Handicapped Accessible: No
Contact: 608-698-0104
Pre-Registration?: No
American Sign Language (ASL) Provided?: No

Last Updated : 10/11/2016
Agency: Parks