Tiffany Train Ride
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 7:00 AM
- Ends: 12:00 PM
Tiffany Wetland Bottoms
Ride the rails through the Tiffany Wetland Bottoms with the Citizen Science staff from Beaver Creek Reserve. Spend the day on an open-air, antique train while exploring the wetlands. The round-trip ride, approximately 14 miles, will let you see what makes these wetlands so unique and important to our plant and wildlife habitat. Be sure to pack a cooler with snacks and refreshments for the day while we tour and hike the trails, 0.25 -0.5 miles each. Participants should dress for the weather and possibly wet terrain. Bring binoculars and any wanted field guides. Rain or shine, don't miss this exciting event!
Directions: The parking area is on State Hwy. 25 about 4 miles south of Durand. Parking will be on the right (west side) across from Thibodeau Road. There will be yellow signs about 200 yards from the parking area along the right of way stating "CAUTION AHEAD - CARS TURNING". Crossing guards on the shoulder of the road will help guide cars into the parking lot. Drive across the railroad tracks, go down a small hill and turn right. Follow the directions of the parking attendant. You will be either asked to park in the adjacent lot or you will be asked to go through the gate and up the road into the field. Park on the left side of the road in the mowed area of the field.
Registration and full payment required by May 18
Friends $25 Nonmembers $35