Cache River Nature Fest – 2012

Saturday, May 12, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Join us for the 11th year of Cache River Nature Fest, an event that highlights the rich diversity of habitats and wildlife in the Cache River Watershed! Guided canoe tours, bike trips, hikes, and special presentations will be scheduled throughout the day and will feature live animal demonstrations, bird and eagle watching, and a variety of exhibitors. For more information, visit the Nature Fest website or call Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge at (618)634-2231.

If you would like to volunteer for the event, contact Karen Tharp.

2012 Cache River Nature Fest T-Shirt Design

nature fest tshirt designParticipate in Cache River Nature Fest and play a part in restoring the Cache River wetlands! Net proceeds from t-shirt and FRIENDS merchandise sales, donations, and pledge dollars collected from the Birding Blitz competition go towards wetland restoration & education projects within the Cache River watershed and surrounding area. Nature Fest t-shirts are available for sale at the Cache River Wetlands Center.

The 2012 Cache River Nature Fest t-shirt features original artwork of a Barn Owl perched on a Bald Cypress tree. The Barn Owl is a State Endangered Species in Illinois, and although rare throughout most of the state, the Cache River Wetlands play a vital role in providing habitat and breeding grounds for this striking bird!

T-Shirt Prices
Short-sleeve: $15
Long-sleeve: $20
Youth and adult sizes available.

Location: Cache River Wetlands Center

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