Whitewater State Park program schedule


Meet at the Visitor Center unless otherwise noted.

Nature time at the beach
Friday, June 1, 1-2 p.m.
Hey kids! Meet at the beach each Friday at 1 p.m. for a fun kids activity. Each week the group will explore a new topic or activity!

Frogs and toads
Friday, June 1, 8-9:30 p.m.
Beep, peep, croak! Learn about the local web-footed singers that call the park home. During a short presentation, learn what makes some of the local frogs unique. Then take a short stroll to practice identifying the frogs heard calling!

Snakes of the bluff lands
Saturday, June 2, 10-11 a.m.
Sixteen of Minnesota’s 17 kinds of snakes live in the bluff lands. Learn how to live, work and recreate in the bluff lands and still conserve these awesome creatures. A slide show about area snakes and a live snake program will be given. See a live fox snake. Bring a camera for a picture of your loved one touching a live snake!

Roadkill Café: Turkey vultures
Saturday, June 2, 1-2 p.m.
What soars the skies over the Whitewater River Valley in search of smelly dead animals, vomits on predators when threatened and urinates on itself to cool off? It’s everyone’s favorite bird of course: the turkey vulture. Join a naturalist at the Nature Store amphitheater to learn about these amazing birds. You’ll take a short hike to watch live vultures feeding on roadkill placed for viewing.


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