Protecting and Preserving the Ohio River Corridor

Upcoming Events in 2016-Mark Your Calendar!

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We Hope Your New Years Resolutions Include Joining the Western Wildlife Corridor.

Please Mark Your 2016 Calendar now!

Upcoming Events –
Enjoy the Western Wildlife Corridor -
Learn why it’s so important!

Sunday, January 31, 2 pm
Winter Adventure Hike
Bender Mountain

Shake off the winter blahs by joining our annual winter hike. Meet at the barrier at the
end of Delhi Pike near the College of Mount St. Joseph. 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 moderate hiking can turn around at the end of this part and return to our meeting place.

Those who are interested in a strenuous hike can continue on a trail we’ve constructed up from Hillside Avenue to the top of Bender Mountain to reach old-growth forest and a nice view of the Ohio River. Signs of the meanderings of wildlife in winter will probably be found – especially if there’s snow on the ground! Dress for the weather and wear sturdy hiking boots. Contact Jeff at 513.451.1737, or John at 513.941.4877 for more
information.

Tuesday, March 1, 7 pm
Winter Membership Meeting
EarthConnection
Speaker Tim Sisson will present a program entitled “The History of Bender Mountain –
How it Became the Best Place in Hamilton County to see Spring Wildflowers”.

Western Wildlife Corridor’s plans for the coming year, including creating a nature center at our new 30 acre preserve in Addyston, will also be discussed. Light refreshments
provided. The public is invited.

Saturday, April 9, 2 pm
Delhi Bicentennial Hike
Bender Mountain Preserve

This preserve is gorgeous in the spring! Hillsides are carpeted with many species of
beautiful spring wildflowers. For more on this event, which is helping to celebrate the
200th anniversary of Delhi Township’s founding, contact Tim at 513.922.2104.