Are you a nature expert? Grab your
friends and test your skills at Nature Trivia on February 27 at Kings Landing Park. See you there!
MARCH 4. WINTER LECTURE: Bees Are Not Optional
The decline of honey-bee populations is a well-publicized phenomenon, yet the status of native bees is little known. In 2001, Sam Droege launched a pilot program of the first survey of North America's native bee population. He will share his findings with us. Free. Click here for Poster and Registration.
Read our letter to the editor in the Feb. 3 Recorder to learn how you can participate in upcoming opportunities to the future of the County. Here are links to the documents in the letter:
Show your support of Calvert County's Nature Parks:
Read the latest issue of The Peeper.
Visit the Nature ParksPlanning on a visit during the holidays? Please check the Calvert County Natural Resources page for updates on holiday hours.
From River to Bay, Calvert County has it all. Come down and sample our wonderful parks. Each park offers a variety of opportunities for recreation and learning.
The Beach: Flag Ponds Nature Park. Approximately 500 acres of natural area on the Chesapeake Bay from beach to upland.
Nature parks are managed and operated by Calvert County Natural Resources Division, with support from the Society.
The Division of Natural Resources also manages the following areas/sites:
Support our Work
Local business and corporations play an important role in maintaining high quality park programs that support the local community. To learn more, contact Anne Sundermann at Anne@calvertparks.org.