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Spring is the time to think about volunteering at Little River Wetlands Project! You can help at our preserves or nature programs and have fun at the same time.
Photo by Dick Cross
Hepatica is one of the most delightful early blooming wildflowers at our preserves. Look for its small lavender, white, or pink flowers on the forest floor in spring.
Photo by Wikipedia
LRWP preserves provide vital habitat for nine frog species, such as this gray tree frog who changed to green to blend with the leaves. Listen to the frogs' lusty calls on spring nights.
Photo by Marlene Sloat
Long-distance traveler! This pectoral sandpiper must find places like Eagle Marsh to rest and eat on its migration from South America to breeding grounds in northern Canada or it won't survive.
Photo by Jeff Orniston