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The Wandering Naturalist
This month, join us as we find out more about bird calls! Learn what the calls mean and find out if birds have accents; hear from Three Rivers Wildlife Supervisor Steven Hogg and University of Minnesota Ph.D. Candidate Sam Safran about how bird calls can help with bird surveys; and learn about passive acoustic surveys from Connor Wood of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
The Three Rivers Blog
By: Three Rivers Staff
When you're birding, it's important to keep in mind how your presence can affect the creatures you're looking for. Learn basic guidelines that can help you respect the birds, their habitat and other people in the park.
Three Rivers Parks guest Hani Roble shares her experience creating a biking group, and what she and other participants learned as they improved their biking skills.
By: Erin Korsmo
Three Rivers conducts controlled burns at its prairies each spring. In this post from the archive, learn what goes into burning a prairie and why fire is so important to preserving this special habitat.
Motorists on park and local roads should be aware of turtles crossing roads near wetlands.
The Three Rivers Park District Board of Commissioners has approved the draft master plan for the Diamond Lake Regional Trail and authorized a 30-day public comment period for the plan through June 3, 2022. Share comments online, via email or mail.
This year, Three Rivers Park District will reconstruct the paved multi-use trail in the portion of North Mississippi Regional Park located in the city of Brooklyn Center. The project will involve replacement of approximately 1.3 miles of trail, as well as accessibility improvements to rest areas along the trail and near the fishing pier.
Learn about the important work happening to eradicate the invasive vine Oriental bittersweet.
Aerations systems are operating in several lakes in and near Three Rivers parks. Operation of the aeration systems may result in unsafe ice conditions on portions of the lakes for the duration of the winter.