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Oak Glen Spring Exploration

Kyle Pope
11 a.m. , Friday March 22 | Free, but registration is required.

Explore this forested tract of preserved land in search of early wildflowers, migrant birds and amphibians. This strenuous off-trail hike is for adults; children over 12 may attend if accompanied by an adult. Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve (Free, registration is required by March 21 at greatparks.org.)



Where: Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve
Phone: 513-521-7275
Address: 3455 Poole Road
Website: www.GreatParks.org

Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve

3455 Poole Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45251
 
This is a 23-acre park featuring butterfly and wildflower gardens.
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