Featured Five Flora and Fauna: Migrating Birds

Here are some birds that have started migrating back to this area. Look for them at the Pinnacles or your own bird feeder.

Check again next month for new things to find!

Featured Five Flora and Fauna: Restorative Forestry

These are different flora and fauna that are connected to Restorative Forestry. Click on an image to learn more!

Check back next month for a new featured five.

Eastern Red Bat
Eastern Screech Owl
Southern Black Widow
Jack o' lantern Mushroom

Ruby-throated Hummingbird


Hooded Warbler


Wood Thrush


Kentucky Warbler

Rose Breasted Grosbeak

An announcement about the Berea College Forest:

The Pinnacles, Brushy Fork, and Anglin Falls trails are OPEN. The Forestry Outreach Center Restrooms are CLOSED. Please practice social distancing and enjoy the trails!

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Learning from Nature

The Forestry Outreach Center has partnered with a local astronomer who presents interesting things about our sky every month. You can read more by clicking the picture!

july, 2021

31jul10:00 am12:00 pmSummer Saturday Hikes10:00 am - 12:00 pm FOC, 2047 Big Hill Rd, Berea KY

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We are open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm every day of the week.
The trails are dog friendly, but they must be on a leash.
Yes, we have a parking lot by the building and trails.
No, the Forestry Outreach Center is free and open to all!
The Pinnacle trails are open dawn to dusk.
Yes, the Center has indoor and outdoor restrooms, as well as an outdoor shower. There are also drinking fountains and a water bottle filler in the Center.