Beyond the screen of your laptop and your smartphone, nature is alive and well! Come enjoy!
Jane Masterson is a local photographer and Hyde Park Nature Walk guide. When she was an adjunct college professor, her students observed plants and birds, collected data and tested hypotheses to try to answer questions such as why some plants bloomed earlier than others and why woodpeckers migrated through before orioles. And while she no longer teaches at the college level, Jane still enjoys encouraging others to explore the Chicago wilderness. She promises, no quizzes! Whether you’d just like to look at the photos of Hyde Park wildlife on this blog or want to come out for a Nature Walk, Welcome!
Next Nature Walk:
Moon watch and Nature walks on hold for now.
Interested in helping save Hyde Park’s wild spots: habitat for our local wildlife and migrating birds may be replaced by a music venue and concession stand unless you speak up. Want to help prevent this? Check out savethisspace.com and sign up for emails from jacksonparkwatch.com
Contact us with any questions or to discuss setting up a time for a Nature Walk. Feel free to call (773 – 502 – 3159) or to fill out the form below: