Learn Something New at the Nature Center
Experts are invited by the Clinton Community Nature Center to participate in the Nature Lecture Series. Each series focuses on teaching others about Biology, Ecology, and other Scientific facts people may not know about Nature. From experts at the Mississippi Natural Science Museum, Wildlife Extension Associates from Mississippi State University Extension Service Department, or even local Natives of Clinton and surrounding areas - lead class in a fun-filled learning environment for all ages, young to old. The Nature Lecture Series are held at the Clinton Community Nature Center in Price Hall. Be on the lookout for the next one!
Quarterly Jackson Audubon Society Meetings
Open to the public
Natural history related speaker at each meeting
SAVE THE DATES FOR OUR FALL LECTURE SERIES
Ever think city living is removed from the wild? Think again! For our last installment of the Clinton Community Nature Center's Fall Lecture Series, Dr. Adam Rohnke will be teaching us about the critters we share our urban areas with. He will also discuss MSU’s new Urban Wildlife Research and Extension Program and their wildlife camera project the Jackson Metro. We hope you will join us THIS Thursday, November 12th, at 7:00 pm for this socially distanced event.
Bring a chair and a jacket and enjoy the fall weather under the stars at the beautiful Clinton Community Nature Center. This event is free for members - a $2 donation is appreciated for non-members.