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Dragonflies and Ice Cream

Dates: Now - Jul. 21, 2018
Times: 1-3 p.m.
Category: Nature
Location: Monee Reservoir, 27341 Ridgeland Ave, Monee, IL 60449
Phone: (708) 534-8499
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A warm sunny day at Monee Reservoir can be a good time to find dragonflies. These aerial acrobats cruise around the ponds and marsh areas most of the summer. Take a guided hike to look for and learn about dragonflies common to our area. Find out why they get the nickname "Mosquito Hawk," learn other cool dragonfly facts and get to see them in action. Afterwards, cool down with an ice cream treat. This program includes hiking preserve trails for 1 mile over uneven terrain. Registration required by Thursday, July 19: 708.534.8499.


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