The primary attraction at Stone State Park in Sioux City, Iowa is the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. Surrounded by over 1,000 acres of woodlands and loess hills prairies, the nature center is a great setting for outdoor learning. There are a variety of interpretive displays, including a "walk-under" prairie, a 400-gallon aquarium of native fish, and several miles of trails are available for hiking.
On May 1 – July 16 the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center will host a special traveling exhibit called "A Salute to Songbirds". There will be interactive exhibits explaining songbird migration patterns, why birds sing and how they learn, dangers that they face in the wild, and much more.
For more information, see Woodbury County Conservation Welcome, and here's the flyer in Adobe Reader format A Salute to Songbirds.
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