12th Annual Nature Daze
Camp Rancho Framasa
Saturday, September 12, 2020
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Nature Daze is an outreach program sponsored by the Brown County Native Woodlands Project (BCNWP) to help landowners better understand the importance of managing their property to create a resilient native habitat.
Activities for the day include talks and interpretive hikes led by resource professionals, a native plant sale, a children’s program focused on forest ecology, door prizes, and a free picnic-style barbecue lunch. Spend the day learning, exploring and having fun at Camp Rancho Framasa located in the beautiful hills of Brown County!
2020 Program Topics
Crazy Scary Invasive Species – World Domination Tour
Mothra Returns – A Porchlight Horror Story
Endangered Bats Living Among Us – A Cautionary Tale
Toot Toot Toot Frightening Saw-whet Owls
Kids "Bewilder" Program
The Kids Program is for children ages 5 through 15 whose parents and/or grandparents are attending Nature Daze. Children under the gate of 5 that wish to participate must be accompanied by an adult.
CYO Camp Rancho Framasa staff have a variety of activities planned around camp that will "bewilder" participants as they learn more about the environment in which we live. Topics and activities for the day include Animal Adapatations, Backyard Biodiversity, Living with the Land, Bounce House, and a Creek Stomp.
Programs coming soon.