Monthly Archives: December 2014

Trees to Trails Program at Radnor Lake State Natural Area
Volunteers help mulch the trails with donated Christmas trees.  Pix by Steve Ward

  There is specific criteria (see attached) on the tree donations such as no nails, twine, frosting, etc....but all types of evergreen trees used during the holiday season are accepted for recycling.  Visitors and park neighbors may leave their donated tree in the West Parking Area only as there is a designated drop off zone that will be set up until February 1st.  Between December 25th and February 1st, these donated recycled trees will be

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Immature bald eagle at Radnor Lake (December 19th, 2014)
Pix by Will Peters December 19th, 2014

This immature bald eagle was seen this afternoon (Friday, December 19th) at Radnor Lake State Natural Area by SIR Will Peters while conducting a waterfowl identification program for park visitors on the causeway. [caption id="attachment_3933" align="alignnone" width="300"] Picture by Jan Shaw[/caption]    

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SSPPS at Radnor Lake (December 10th, 2014)
Dec. 10th, 2014 Pix by Ranger Sam King

On Wednesday, December 10th visitors from the Southeastern State Parks Programs Seminar(SSPPS) visited Radnor Lake for a tour which consisted of a visit to the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center, Waterfowl Identification and Exotic-invasive plant removal by the Radnor Lake Park Ranger Staff, Seasonal Will Peters, State Naturalist Randy Hedgepath and Middle Tennessee Regional Interpetor John Froeschauer. Special Thanks Program Services Director

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Nissan Volunteers at Radnor Lake State Natural Area (December 8th, 2014)
Nissan Volunteers on December 8th, 2014. Pix by Steve Ward

  Members of the Nissan Legal Corporate Transactions team participated in an effort to eradicate invasive-exotic plants at Radnor Lake on Monday December 8th, 2014. These volunteers worked with SIR Will Peters, Ranger Sam King and Park Manager Steve Ward on removing exotic-invasive plants from the Hall Farm at Radnor Lake.   Their effort supports the larger Nissan commitment to our local community and is one of several Nissan groups who

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