Each year on the first warm rainy night of spring, wood frogs and mole salamanders begin a mass migration to the vernal pools where they breed. If you happen to be out on one of these evenings, the experience can be like a spectacular amphibian celebration. It's called "Big Night!" Tonight, a part of the sanctuary will be transformed into a Big Night scene. Take a one-hour guided walk along the Vernal Pool Trail, and meet some larger-than-life characters who will share interesting facts and stories about themselves, vernal pools, and this special time of year. Some stops will feature live animals to see firsthand and learn about. The trail will lead to a real vernal pool where more animals and their eggs may be seen. Don't miss this exciting educational night of family fun!
Please choose a walk time when you register:
6:00 pm, 6:10 pm, 6:20 pm, 6:30 pm, 6:40 pm, or 6:50 pm
Preregistration is required; we are unable to accommodate walk-ins. Masks are required for indoor bathroom use; they are optional outdoors. This program occurs rain or shine. Please dress warmly, as the entirety of this program takes place outdoors.