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Summer Nature Walk with NAP and AADL

June 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Bluffs Nature Area is a roughly 40-acre tract of land that engulfs you in nature, yet is close to the comforts of the city. On a glacially-formed ridge above the Huron River and N. Main St., it is an important link in the corridor of natural areas surrounding the Huron River that support wildlife. Join NAP for a nature walk in this park with an amazing variety of natural features and native species. Meet at the entrance on Sunset Road near Wildt Street. (map:

Make sure to dress for the weather (walks happen rain or shine) and bring a water bottle. The nature walks are a collaboration between the Ann Arbor District Library and Natural Area Preservation that take place once a month. Some of AADL’s Science Tools will be available for use during the walk! Registration is strongly encouraged so NAP can accommodate everyone! Register at


City of Ann Arbor Natural Area Preservation


Bluffs Nature Area

918 N Main St
Ann Arbor, MI 48103 United States