The South Jersey Land and Water Trust is partnering with Camden County Parks for Talk and Walk events at the Camden County Parks Nature Center and Cooper River Park, 1301 Park Boulevard in Cherry Hill.
The following is the list of events through June.
Events are on the first and third Sunday of month at 9 a.m. and include a half an hour presentation and one-hour walk around the Cooper River Park.
Sunday, March 17: Learn about the winter birds of Cooper River Park and how to identify them.
Sunday, April 7: Learn about the history and location of the Cooper River Watershed, from its headwaters to the Delaware River and its interesting plants and animals.
Sunday, April 21: Learn about the spring migratory and resident birds of Cooper River Park and how to identify them.
Sunday, May 5: Learn about the spring wildflowers of Cooper River Park and how to identify them.
Sunday, May 19: Learn about the macro invertebrates/insects of Driscoll Pond and how they can help determine the health of a lake or stream.
Sunday, June 2: Learn about the invasive plants of Cooper River Park, how they affect the stream and how to identify them.
Sunday, June 16: Learn how to photograph flowers and wildlife including techniques, equipment and demonstrations.
Programs will continue through the summer and fall.