Join Canoe Evansville for a guided paddle at Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area on June 20th. This natural oxbow lake, located near the confluence of the Wabash and Ohio Rivers is inhabited by various waterfowl including Cormorants, Ospreys, Egrets and a family of Bald Eagles. Bald Cypress trees are found half submerged throughout the lake, providing the unique experience of paddling through a southern cypress forest at one of the northernmost points of the trees’ native range. Trip leaves from the Wesselman Woods Nature Center. Pre-registration is required by Monday, June 15th. Call 812-479-0771, X105 or email [email protected]. Trip leaves from the Wesselman Woods Nature Center, all transportation and equipment is provided.
Date: Saturday, June 20th – 9 am to 1 pm Age: 7 and up Cost: $20 per person
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