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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: .. Connecting the environment of the ancient past with the natural and cultural history of yesterday and today.. This web site supports the.. Falls of the Ohio Foundation.. and the Falls of the Ohio State Park.. Located on the banks of the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana at I-65, exit 0, is the Falls of the Ohio State Park.. The 390-million-year-old fossil beds are among the largest, naturally exposed, Devonian fossil beds in the world.. The park features a spectacular.. Interpretive Center.. overlooking the fossil beds containing an exhibit gallery and video presentation.. The Interpretive Center is open year round, except Thanksgiving and Christmas day.. The Falls was originally a series of rapids allowing the Ohio River to drop 26 feet over a distance of two and a half miles.. This was the only navigational hazard over the 981 mile-length river formed by rock outcrops.. Today much of the original falls have been flooded behind the McAlpine dam.. Fishing.. , hiking and casual walking,.. fossil viewing.. ,.. bird watching.. , and picnicking are among the most common activities.. While.. fossil and rock collecting is not allowed.. to protect our resources for future generations,  ...   of fossil beds, as the river is at its lowest level during this period.. We are seasonally on.. Eastern Daylight Savings Time.. (.. through November 5.. ).. or Eastern Standard Time.. Information about the park, directions, admissions fees, and fishing are posted under.. Visitor Information.. (at the top left) or questions can be answered by contacting the park.. Educator Information.. button connects to a a redesigned page allowing educators to plan a visit, find descriptions of our school programs and teacher resources, find information.. about professional development opportunities.. , information for home schooling, and fill out an on-line group reservation visit request.. Featured Fossil.. Contains images from all time periods and locations.. Newest Latest Features!.. 360 degree views of the Interpretive Center and Park from etourvision.. com.. Educators! For the 19th summer, we are offering professional development workshops.. We have five workshops scheduled.. Learn more about them here.. The Coral Ridge Fauna.. - an interesting Mississippian fossil occurrence -.. also under.. Geology Fossils.. A Look at Sediment.. -.. under Educator information, Teacher Resources.. Job postings at the Falls Charlestown State Parks.. (None are currently posted.. Site 'Table of Contents'.. Updated November 13, 2012..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Visitor Information.. The Falls of the Ohio State Park is located at the end of West Riverside Drive, Clarksville, Indiana.. Take Exit 0 on Interstate 65 and follow the signs.. Hours of Operation.. The State Park is open seven days a week,.. 7:00 a.. m.. to 11:00 p.. Interpretive Center hours Monday thru Saturday 9:00 a.. to 5:00 p.. , Sunday 1:00 p.. We are closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.. Interpretive Center Admission Fees.. Daily Rate.. $5.. 00 Age 19 and older.. $2.. 00 Age 18 and younger.. Under 2 Free.. Student group rate (Pre-K through College only).. $2 per student Group leader must pay in one lump sum.. (Consult.. Educator Information.. for details).. Adult Group Information.. - Rate.. is the same as general admission in the chart above.. Visit Tips.. Parking Fees.. Pay-to-park stations are located behind the Interpretive Center and at the Outer Bed Parking Lot.. Fees collected support park operations since we do not have a gate house.. Visiting the Interpretive Center? You do not have to pay the $2 parking fee.. Put the tear-off portion on your car dashboard and bring the envelope in to the receptionist.. Not visiting the Interpretive Center? Put $2 in the envelope and insert it into the collection slot.. Put the tear-off portion on your dashboard.. If you have Indiana s.. State Park Pass.. , you do not need to pay.. Pick up an Annual Park Permit from the receptionist or follow instructions for visiting the Interpretive Center above.. Our Facilities.. A description of the Interpretive Center with.. map and.. photographs of exhibits and other building space.. Gift Shop.. See  ...   about renting our library or River Observation Room for meetings.. Use of the whole Interpretive Center is not available at this time.. George Rogers Clark Home Site and Boat Ramp.. New photos information.. A part of the Falls of the Ohio State Park.. once the.. location of George Rogers Clark's home.. Our cabin is a representation by similar size and layout.. A description of our boat ramp is also on this page.. Gardens at the Falls of the Ohio.. A variety of gardens are maintained around the Interpretive Center and.. at the GRC Home Site.. This page provides names and photographs of many of the plants, a great resource for the home gardener!.. Falls of the Ohio National Wildlife Conservation Area.. Federally protected area that includes.. the Falls of the Ohio State Park.. (This will direct you away from our web site.. ).. Why Can't I Collect Fossils at the Falls of the Ohio?.. Collecting is prohibited by both federal and state law!.. Visit our collecting piles or gift shop if you need a souvenir.. Trail Information.. Woodland Loop.. - An easy walking path, partially flooded seasonally.. Greenway Levee Trail.. - Link to the Ohio River Greenway web site.. River Level Chart.. Matches Lower Gauge Reading to the Fossil Beds and Park Features.. (The River Level link located in the blue column on the left side of every web page will direct you to an NOAA web site away from ours.. An Award-Winning Location (.. and Staff.. ).. The Falls of the Ohio State Park and Foundation have.. been the recipient of many awards over the years.. Some of them are featured here..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Events at the Park*.. Special Events.. - Learn more details about 2013 Cabin Fever Festival, Earth Day, Free Fishing Day, George Rogers Clark Days (new!), Ohio River Sweep, Family Fun Fair, Earth Discovery Day, Archaeology Day, and Rock the Rocks.. We also host at Charlestown State Park including Raptor Day and Charlestown Under the Stars.. Calendar of Events and Programs.. - Check out our new calendar to discover what is happening.. This includes volunteer workshops that are open to the public.. (Note: This is a new calendar program and we will be updating the information for 2013 soon.. Programs.. - Hikes.. (2013 dates are now listed)..  ...   added in November and December.. Foundation Summer Camps.. - Descriptions of children's day camps sponsored by the Falls of the Ohio Foundation.. Temporary Exhibits.. - Major temporary exhibits are not currently planned.. We are developing new permanent exhibits slated for 2014.. We have three display cases.. In the hall are two exhibits:.. What is Paleontology?.. and.. Fossil Plants of the Coal Age.. (from the Herb Miracle collection).. In the lobby:.. Artifacts from Clark's Point from the Guernsey Dig.. * Includes sister property Charlestown State Park located 14 miles northeast of the Falls.. On-line exhibits:.. Green Planet: The History of Land Plants.. (2009).. The Wondrous Geode.. (2000)..

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  • Title: educator
    Descriptive info: The Falls of the Ohio State Park was created with student experiences in mind.. We have been providing.. K-16 grade.. educational opportunities since the Interpretive Center opened in January 1994.. Please consult any of the six links below to learn more about the various student and teacher-related programs we offer throughout the year.. Don't forget to check out the Kid's Page and Discovery Center for activities and resources.. Download Copy Activity Sheets Here.. Planning Your Student Experience.. Programs Offered.. Describes aspects of booking your field trip Student outdoor and indoor.. and use of  ...   with many Falls-related.. Opportunities.. resources, field trip planner's guide, loaner kits.. 2013 teacher workshops for credit.. (fossils, rocks archaeology), Falls book, in paleontology and multi-disciplinary.. Lewis Clark, Earth Science Literacy, and more! topics are tentative.. Details for Earth.. Discovery Day PD are now posted!.. For Home Schools.. Group Reservation Request Form.. Falls field trip information and resources.. Request a date and time for your visit.. organized for easy use by.. home school.. We will reply by e-mail or phone to.. groups.. confirm your trip.. Completely Revamped August 5, 2011, updated October 25, 2012..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Curious about the fossil beds? Take a.. Virtual Tour.. !.. View of the fossil beds from the Interpretive Center Deck.. Sculpted limestone along the river's edge.. What Is Limestone?.. Limestone is a type of sedimentary rock made of calcium carbonate.. Limestone can be composed of skeletal remains of organisms, chemically precipitated from sea water that is super-saturated with calcium carbonate or a combination of  ...   from countless numbers of corals, stromatoporoid sponges, echinoderms, brachiopods, mollusks, arthropods, and microscopic organisms.. It is called the Jeffersonville Limestone (after the city of Jeffersonville which was originally at the upper end of the Falls) and dates from the latest Early Devonian to Middle.. Devonian.. (Geologists call this Emsian and Eifelian Age - 390 to about 380 million years ago).. Let's explore the fossil beds!..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Kid's Page.. This page is for kid's and parents.. Check out our activities to further investigate the history of life on Earth.. Also check our Events page to read about upcoming kid-friendly events and activities!.. Visiting the park?.. Discovery Pack.. Create and use your own.. to explore the fossil beds.. Kid's Photo Page.. Take a photo at the Falls of the Ohio and send it in!.. Kid's Journal.. Have a fun time at the Falls of the Ohio? Tell us about it!.. Collecting Piles.. - Pick up and keep fossils and minerals here (behind the Interpretive Center).. Collecting is not allowed anywhere else in the park.. Activities for home.. Fossil Quiz.. What do you know about fossils? Take this True-False Quiz and learn about paleontology.. Match This Fossil game.. Can you identify a fossil by its description?.. Match Birds With Their Food.. What do birds found at the Falls eat?.. Match the Bird Color With Its Name.. Preschooler Bird Matching Game.. Match the River Mussels.. Can you identify seven freshwater mussels by their common names?.. Match the Prehistoric Tool.. Can you match the tool to its description?.. Coloring Pages.. Print out and color fossils from the Devonian period, a red-tail hawk a cabin.. Make a paper trilobite.. Link away from our website.. Make a cattail duck.. Native American craft -  ...   - August 24.. Archaeology Day - September 14.. Charlestown Under the Stars - October 12.. Go to our special events page (link in the upper left) for details of these and other events programs.. Summer Camps for Kids.. The Falls of the Ohio Foundation offers day camps for children June and July.. Most are half-day.. There are two career camps offered for older children.. Young Paleontologist Camp (age 10 - 15) and Teen Archaeology Camp (age 12 - 16) allow budding fossil and archaeology enthusiasts the opportunity to learn about careers through activities and field work.. Click here for more details.. July 11 - 13 July 16 - 18.. Careers in the Great Outdoors.. What type of schooling and classes do you need to become a naturalist, forester,.. paleontologist.. wildlife biologist, or other exciting career? This page has suggestions and links to career information from organizations, universities and government agencies.. Click on the photo to learn more!.. Links.. Indiana Young Birders.. (Part of the.. Indiana Audubon Society.. Nature Rocks.. - Learn about nature discovery activities in your area.. Make a pinecone bird feeder.. An inexpensive way to keep birds happy around your home.. Make a plastic bottle bird feeder.. A fun home-made bird feeder that can be hung on the porch or in a tree.. Updated.. October 25.. , 2012..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Discovery Center.. Our web site's center of discovery, enjoy our resources including downloadable and interactive brochures.. This section will include a behind the scenes of our Interpretive Center's collections store room.. The Discovery Center is an on-going.. work in progress.. as we add and update information on topics important at the Falls of the Ohio.. Improvements to the many of the topics are added frequently.. - Brochures (PDF Interactive), articles and more! Detailed brochures on many of the fossil-types found in the Falls region as well as fossils.. photos that are identified.. Discover the History of Land Plants with our web exhibit based on a temporary exhibit at the Interpretive Center, Autumn 2009.. Archaeology.. - I.. nformation about the prehistoric cultures that were at the Falls of the Ohio.. The text has been updated.. There is a large photo gallery of Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian stone tools from the park's collection.. We hope that the images can be useful for those who have Ohio Valley projectiles that need to be identified to the style and cultural period.. Additional images will be added from time to time.. Birding.. - Improved! Checklist with some beautiful photos taken in and around the Falls.. New images will be added on an on-going basis.. There is a PDF checklist brochure designed to be printed  ...   best time of the year to catch a particular type and what bait should I use? These questions will be answered.. Written by a long-time fisherman at the Falls of the Ohio.. View our fishing photo album!.. For science buffs:.. How many species of.. fish live in the Ohio River?.. Flora.. - Botanist and former park naturalist Bill Adams has compiled a checklist of flowering plants found at the Falls of the Ohio.. There are more than 275 species including wildflowers, shrubs and trees.. Species are linked to USDA plant database and photos taken at the Falls.. - With the help of many volunteers, the state park has extensive plantings in and around the Interpretive Center.. This web page describes our gardens and the perennial flowers we have chosen.. George Rogers Clark.. - Learn about the founder of both Louisville and Clarksville, a famous Revolutionary War general.. Lewis and Clark.. - Did you know Meriwether Lewis met William Clark at the Falls of the Ohio? They departed together from Mill Creek on October 26, 1803 with nine additional men to explore the Louisiana Purchase in 1804.. The local connection to the expedition is explored here.. River Mussels.. - Clams of the Ohio River.. This list is based on research done along the Indiana side of the river.. November 13..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Support Us!.. The Falls of the Ohio Foundation.. supports the State Park and allows it to create and maintain a great exhibit and program experience.. The mission of The Falls of the Ohio Foundation is to preserve and interpret the scientific, historical, and cultural heritage of the Falls of the Ohio and to promote educational initiatives for a better understanding of this unique natural resource.. There are many ways you can support the Falls of the Ohio:.. Crossroads Campaign.. - We are creating immersive and engaging exhibits so that visitors may get an extraordinary experience and discover what makes the Falls of the Ohio a truly unique place on our planet! Help us realize the vision of a new interactive exhibit gallery by donating to the Crossroads Campaign.. It is an investment in the lifelong learning of every generation with visitors of all ages.. DONATE NOW!.. Join the Falls of the Ohio Foundation.. and become a Member of the Falls.. today!.. Brick Campaign.. - Donate in Memory of, or to Honor, Someone Special.. Planned Giving.. - Remember the Falls of the Ohio in your estate plans.. Your support for the Falls will live on for future generations..  ...   - Supports educational programs, professional development opportunities, preservation and conservation of artifacts and specimens in the park s collections and the publicly accessible resource library.. Cabin Fund.. - Supports educational programs, maintenance and acquisition of replica artifacts at the George Rogers Clark home site.. Gifts can be made through customary means (cash, check or credit card) or on-line (see above).. For more information call (812) 283-4999 or by e-mail (dani@fallsoftheohio.. org).. The Falls of the Ohio Foundation, Inc.. is a 501(c)3, tax-exempt, non-profit organization.. We are privately funded through the generosity of our members, volunteers, individuals, corporations, and charitable foundations.. Featured Donor.. Kim Martin-Dawkins (left) of PNC Bank presents Falls of the Ohio Foundation Executive Director, Dani Cummins with a $30,000 check during Rock the Rocks, September 29, 2012.. This donation will help with development of the new exhibits through the Foundation s Crossroads Campaign.. Thank you PNC Bank!.. Receive our e-mail news, invitations, and announcements.. Click here.. to sign-up for e-mails.. Rock the Rocks 2012: A Review.. Click to read our newsletters!.. Previous Newsletters.. A Foundation board member.. helps at Earth Day.. To support us through volunteerism, see the.. Naturalist at Heart Program.. Updated November 7, 2012..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: Group Volunteering / Service Learning.. 2012 Training Schedule.. Updated!.. Volunteer Hall of Fame.. Volunteer Job Descriptions.. Falls of the Ohio State Park s.. Naturalist at Heart.. Program.. PDF version.. :.. Program Description.. People discovering and sharing geology, river ecology and natural cultural history!.. Do you wonder? Do you want to be able to answer questions that your children, grandchildren or friends have about the world around us?.. Yes? We are providing the opportunity for you to become a knowledgeable and inspired volunteer in our community.. Consider joining our.. program! All we ask from you is some time and energy.. Our.. program seeks to develop learners and leaders for our community.. What do you get out of it?.. Once enrolled into the program, participants get free admission to Falls Fundamentals programs a series of diverse, in-depth workshops.. Opportunities to continually develop and sharpen skills as an interpretive naturalist and to move into different training levels at your own pace.. A supportive learning environment consisting of park staff, experts in a variety of fields and volunteers.. Opportunities to experience more fully the rich natural and cultural heritage of the region, through classes, field trips, etc.. Opportunities to use new knowledge and skills to help others learn about natural and cultural history, ecology, geology, and how these disciplines are intertwined.. What s in it for the Falls of the Ohio State Park?.. Research has shown that most people who care about nature have been influenced by others who are enthusiastic and show respect for their natural heritage.. With over a half million visitors to the Falls of the Ohio annually, the staff can only reach a fraction of those who wish to learn.. Through the.. program, we are able to offer an enriching experience to more visitors.. Volunteers are expected to contribute to the Falls mission of providing opportunities for education and recreation while protecting the resources.. As a volunteer in the.. program, you will:.. Bring fresh ideas and enthusiasm.. Through stationary and roving activities on the grounds, help more visitors make meaningful connections through informal interpretive opportunities.. Become knowledgeable about specific program areas such as the geology of the park, George Rogers Clark, birds at the Falls, etc.. and to offer or assist with related programs.. Work with school and scout groups throughout the year.. Extend the Falls capacity for offering a variety of program options such as morning and evening hikes, bird watching, nature exploration at the Button Bush wetland area or a hands-on fossil station by the gazebo.. Be off-site representatives for our programs in your community.. Spread the wealth of knowledge throughout the community and region.. Mentor other volunteers.. Become more literate about the natural world through reading books and articles.. Assist or lead in hands-on projects, such trail development, garden interpretation and maintenance, cleaning selected areas of the fossil beds, and more.. Program Levels.. for.. Bird Watching Class Orientation Class.. To enter the.. program, you must complete an application and goals sheet, as well as a commitment form.. These forms may be e-mailed to you or may be picked up at the Interpretive Center during regular business hours.. Once your application is complete, you will be contacted to discuss the program and.. your.. goals.. The interview will allow you to determine if the program meets your needs.. If it does, then you may enroll in the program offerings.. There are minimum requirements (see below), but there are many opportunities to get involved in the program at a pace determined by you.. Choose to complete the minimum requirements or move to other levels more quickly.. Level 1.. Minimum Requirements:.. Opportunities for 40 hours of specialized training in general content of the program (river ecology, natural history, and geology) - a minimum of 25 hours is required.. Nine hours of specialized training to interpret the Falls.. Minimum of 50 hours of volunteer time.. Benefits:.. Free access to all public programs sponsored by the park and classes not open to the public.. Involvement in a community of like minded individuals with fun and informative gatherings, learning from peers, research days,  ...   the Falls area.. FF 109: Introduction to Charlestown State Park (our sister property).. Participants are required to take seven of nine courses to complete Level 1 certification.. 5.. VT 100: Contribute a minimum of 50 hours of additional.. V.. olunteer.. T.. ime.. interacting with the public to share what you are learning primarily during the busier months (March November) or working behind the scenes, preferably within the first year of enrollment.. 6.. VE 100:.. E.. lectives.. will count for training once you have completed all the II and FF courses - otherwise they are supplemental learning.. VE s include: Service Learning Projects, Selected Public Programs, and Research Days, and.. special programs.. A minimum of seven hours of electives are required for Level 1 certification.. 7.. Complete a written evaluation and discussion of the program to move on to the next level.. Progression to Other Levels.. level 2 (the Volunteer Interpretive Naturalist level).. volunteers must:.. Have successfully completed the Level 1.. Complete three of these.. courses:.. II 200: Outdoor Fossil Lab.. II 201: 1803 Interpretation.. II 202: Indoor Fossil Lab.. II 203: Indoor Archaeology Lab.. II 204: Scout Programs.. II 205:.. The Outer Bed Experience.. II 206: Minerals Life Lab.. Complete a minimum of 42 hours (14) of 200 level.. courses (most 3 hours):.. FF 200: Geology of Kentuckiana.. FF 201: Palo-ecology of the Fossil Beds.. FF 202: Ohio River Fish.. FF 203: Back Yard Nature.. FF 204: Mussels.. FF 205: Archaeology.. FF 206: George Rogers Clark.. FF 207: Wildlife Conservation Area Management and Research.. FF 208: TBA (Intro to Charlestown has been moved to level 1).. FF 209: Birding (Advanced).. FF 210: Edible Medicinal Plants.. FF 211: The History of Clarksville.. FF 212: River History.. FF 213: Endangered Species.. FF 214: The Park Collections and Resource Library.. FF 215: Invasive.. Creatures.. FF 216: Invasive.. Plants.. FF 217: Urban Animals.. FF 218: Reptiles Amphibians.. FF 219: Understanding Evolution.. FF 220: Insects.. FF 221: Horticulture.. FF 222: Topics in Biology.. FF 223: Mushrooms / Fungi.. FF 224: Fishing at the Falls.. FF 225: Recycling.. FF 226: Soils.. FF 227: Topics in Geology.. VT 200: Contribute a minimum of 75 hours of additional.. v.. t.. ime interacting with the public to share what you are learning primarily during the busier months (March November).. Volunteer electives adding up to a minimum of 25 hours:.. VE 200: Service Learning Projects (5 hours) - a project at the park.. VE 201: Selected Public Programs (25 hours) - relevant programs anywhere (museums, parks, historical homes, zoos, etc.. Edible and Medicinal Plants Workshop (FF210) Volunteers pulling garlic mustard.. level 3 (Volunteer Interpretive Naturalist Leader level) volunteers must:.. (.. This program is still under development.. Have successfully completed Level 2 requirements.. Have shown an involvement in the program of 100 hours or more for at least one year.. Select an independent study project.. Mark Jamison, 2009 Volunteer of the Year.. (at the Falls Fossil Festival).. What is Interpretation?.. Interpretation is defined as.. the activities through which a museum carries out its mission and educational.. role: Interpretive media/activities include, but are not limited to: exhibits, tours, websites, classes, school programs, publications, outreach.. program operates on three simple premises:.. Process We learn best by doing, by being actively engaged, hence the program emphasizes service as an effective learning strategy.. In the context of this program, service means sharing what you learn with Falls of the Ohio visitors.. Content We will not fight to save what we do not love, and we tend to love that which we understand.. Therefore, the program emphasizes learning about our region s geologic history and native flora and fauna.. Reflection An intimate knowledge of the local landscape and the natural cycles that sustain humans and other life forms can be a springboard into greater global ecological understanding.. Click for.. A volunteer assists with a river mussel exhibit.. Don't live near the Falls? If you live in Indiana, you can become an.. Indiana Master Naturalist.. This program is similar to our Naturalist at Heart program, but you can volunteer anywhere in the state.. Updated April 5, 2012..

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  • Title: Falls of the Ohio State Park
    Descriptive info: News Desk.. Copies of our Media Releases.. For immediate release:.. Novem.. ber.. , 2012.. Contact:.. Alan Goldstein.. , 812-280-9970, ext.. 40.. Media Release.. 2013 Events at the Falls Charlestown State Parks.. Day-long events are from 10:00 a.. to 4:00 p.. unless noted.. Cabin Fever Festival.. February 16.. Raptor Day at Charlestown.. April 13.. Earth Day.. April 27.. Free Fishing Program.. June 1 (1:00 p.. George Rogers Clark Days.. June 22 - 23.. Ohio River Sweep.. July 20 (8:30 to 11:30 a.. ).. Family Fun Fair.. August 3.. Earth Discovery Day.. August 24.. Archaeology Day.. September 14.. Charlestown Under the Stars.. October 12 (7:00 p.. to 10:30 p.. Other programs:.. * Wednesday enrichment January May, 1pm (call for info 812-280-9970).. * Summer Camps for Kids June and July.. * Educator Professional Development June July.. * Prehistory Programs 2nd Saturday of the month.. * History Programs, last Saturday of the month.. *  ...   program provided by the Hardy Lake Raptor Rehab Center.. Have breakfast in the company of several hawks* in the Interpretive Center lobby.. For $20, adult, $15 child you can enjoy a country breakfast by Chardeau s Classi.. c Catering; it will be followed by a program by Leslie Grow.. This program is by reservation only with a limit of 48, register at:.. http:// breakfastraptors.. eventbrite.. com/.. Proceeds will benefit the Hardy Lake Raptor Rehab Center and the Falls of the Ohio State Park.. *Subject to change depending on health of the bird(s) selected on the morning of the breakfast.. Contact Kelley Morgan at kmorgan1@dnr.. gov if you would like to come take pictures or interview during event.. Copies of our.. Old.. Media Releases.. Events and activities since 2009 are posted here.. Many of our events occur annually, so the old releases will provide details about our programs.. Updated November 5, 2012..

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    Descriptive info: Selected Links.. We have selected links that provide high-quality, useful information on a wide variety of topics.. We welcome suggestions of links related to the topics below, but cannot connect to everyone or everything due to the time it takes to monitor the links for changes.. (Too many web sites add links and never check them again..  ...   Local Attractions and Accommodations.. If you find a link that does not work, we would appreciate it very much if you let us know via the 'Contact Us' button on the left side of this page.. We will try to find the newest URL or will delete it in an alternate is not available.. Updated September 7, 2012..

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