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  • Birds at The Falls

    January 28 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

    Throughout the year, many different types of birds use the Falls as a place to feed, rest or nest.  This class, led by Naturalist at Heart Del Striegel, is an introduction to the birds of water, shore and woodland at the Falls of the Ohio.  A short hike will follow the indoor presentation to find what species are at the Falls that day.  This volunteer training class is open to the public with Interpretive Center admission.

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  • Meet The Paleontologist – Fossils Across the U.S.

    January 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

    The park paleontologist will pull fossils from the collections from across the U.S. for this program.  Where are fossils found?  What does it tell us about the ancient land (or sea) scape?  Are there places where fossils are not found?  Where are some of the best-known fossil beds?  This free program will be held in the rotunda.

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  • Birds at The Falls

    February 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

    Throughout the year, many different types of birds use the Falls as a place to feed, rest or nest.  This class, led by Naturalist at Heart Del Striegel, is an introduction to the birds of water, shore and woodland at the Falls of the Ohio.  A short hike will follow the indoor presentation to find what species are at the Falls that day.  This volunteer training class is open to the public with Interpretive Center admission.

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  • The Life of George Rogers Clark

    February 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

    George Rogers Clark is an important man in our history.  It is widely believed that his expertise in the Revolutionary War kept the land north of the Ohio River from becoming part of Canada.  He founded Louisville and Clarksville.  His life was one of the big successes and big disappointments.  Mark Meggs, park volunteer and amateur historian, will present " The Life of George Rogers Clark".  This volunteer class is open to all with Interpretive Center admission.

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  • A History of Life – Interpreting Our Winter Special Exhibit

    February 5 @ 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm EST

    Alan Goldstein, park paleontologist, will tell the story behind the new, temporary exhibit " A History of Life " describing the fossils in the River Room display cabinets.   This is a free, 30 minute program suitable for all ages.

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