Public Events at Anderson Prairie
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|Wildflower Walks and Butterfly Monitoring Sessions|
Public involvement and enjoyment is critical to the success and future of Anderson Prairie. Only when people come to understand and appreciate the great tallgrass prairie ecosystem that once covered the midwest will we be moved to protect and restore it.
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Typical public events include wildflower walks and butterfly monitoring sessions hosted by Pana High School biology teacher Dave Nance. His talks include plant and butterfly identification, as well as the colorful natural history of the prairie. By your participation, you may help us gather crucial data as we try to record the great biological diversity of Anderson Prairie. But the prairie is open at other times as well. A self-guided wildflower walk is also available. The marked trail will take you through one of the most diverse sections of the prairie. You may see a large variety of prairie wildflowers, depending on the time of year of course. The abandoned railroad bed makes a natural, wide trail from one end of the mile-long park to the other. Anderson prairie is a great place for photography, walking, study and enjoyment. We hope to see you on the trail soon. Return to Home Page
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Dave Nance leads a butterfly monitoring session.
Visitors of all ages can share discoveries at Anderson Prairie Park.