June Programs


Friday, June 4 - Morning Bird Walk

  • Registration Required
  • When: 8:30 – 9:30 am
  • Where: Zion Nature Sanctuary, 690 Beech Street
  • Ages: 12 & up

Start your morning with a hike to spot birds! Join a Naturalist for a hike to see who’s fluttering around. All levels of birding experience welcome. Bring binoculars if you have them. We will have a few available to borrow.

Tuesday, June 8 - Nature 101: Herps in Indiana

  • Registration Required
  • When: 7 – 8 pm
  • Where: Zionsville Nature Center, 250 N 5th Street
  • Ages: 10 years & Up

Do you want to learn more about Natural History Topics? Check out our Monthly Nature 101 Workshop Series. Each month Naturalists from Zionsville Nature Center or guest speakers will present on a variety of nature topics.  Join Jim Horton, President of the Hoosier Herpetological Society and Master Naturalist, to learn about the reptiles and amphibians in our area. Jim will also have a few live animals to meet!

Zionsville Nature Play Days

For a full list of Play Day events click HERE

Turkey Foot Bridge

Saturday, June 19 - Wild Wonders Hike

  • Registration Required
  • When: 10-11am
  • Where: Turkeyfoot Nature Park, 4795 Turkeyfoot Avenue

Have you ever wondered what plants and animals you can find in Indiana? Join a naturalist as we explore Turkeyfoot Nature Park and learn about what is living around us!

Tuesday, June 22 - Scales & Tails

  • Registration Required
  • When: 2 – 2:30 pm
  • Where: Zionsville Nature Center, 250 N 5th Street

Did you know that Eastern Box Turtle males have bright red eyes? Or that snakes have three different groups of muscles to help them move? Join a naturalist at the Zionsville Nature Center to meet our reptiles up close and personal! Learn how they each have special adaptations to survive.

Thursday, June 24 - Animal Lunch Time

  • Registration Required
  • When: 11 – 12
  • Where: Zionsville Nature Center, 250 N 5th Street

What does a turtle eat for lunch?  How about a salamander? Join us for this monthly program and get an up close look at how we feed and care for our resident live animals!