In the spirit of “Green Living” we have decided to recycle, reuse and rehab the house on the New Kirby Nature Preserve to be repurposed as the Kirby Nature Center. This represents an exciting new era for the WWC. The Nature Center will be our first ever home office and the hub of our activities and future events. We are in the [...]
Spring is just around the corner, and to celebrate, the Western Wildlife Corridor is holding our Ninth Annual Wildflower Festival at Mt. St. Joseph University on April 17, from 6 pm to 9 pm.
We cordially invite you to our free event, that is always lots of fun for the whole family. There will be many nature related activities, games and craf [...]
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2015 FLOWER-A-THON IN THE CORRIDOR – SATURDAY, APRIL 25th
The focus of WWC’s annual spring wildflower event is education and fun. This is also our biggest fund raising event each year, and helps us in our mission to protect and preverve the native woodlands, plants and animals in our area. It’s also a quest in [...]
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Tuesday, February 17, 7 pm at EarthConnection Neeb Rd
Guest speaker Chris Sweigard of Wild Birds Unlimited will present a program entitled “The Secret Sex Life of Birds”.
Western Wildlife Corridor’s plans for the coming year, including creating a meeting place at our new 30 acre preserve in Addyston, will also be discusse [...]
Western Wildlife Corridor hike
Wednesday, January 28, 2pm to about 4pm
Bender Mountain – meet at the gravel lot
It’s looking to be a chilly week, but at least the sun is supposed to come out Wednesday, so I thought I’d try for a hike then. I was thinking of doing a big counter-clockwise loop on the Bender Valley trail, Eagle Scout [...]
Shake off the winter blahs by joining our annual winter hike. Meet at the barrier at the end of Delhi Pike near Mount St. Joseph University. The first part of the hike will be on the portion of Delhi Pike that was closed years ago due to hill slippage, but still makes a nice hiking path (commonly called Sister’s Hill). Those who prefer modera [...]
Grab a mug of cocoa and read all about our fantastic new nature preserve, upcoming events and much more…
The hard work of WWC volunteers doesn’t end with the good weather. OUR continuing habitat and trail rehabilitation projects sometimes provide a wonderful woodland discovery…..Our President Tim Sisson recently found these cool signs of critters in the corridor and reports one very lucky find…….
“John Klein found [...]
To our members:
Just a reminder to our current membership that the annual WWC Holiday Party is:
-Tuesday December 2nd, at 6 PM
-Location: Earth Connections at Mount Saint Joseph University on Neeb Road.
-Light appetizers/wine/soft drinks will be served at 6PM
-Dinner at 6:45 PM of fried chicken and lasagna (side dishes/desserts are requested) [...]