Nature’s symphony


Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Adaline Erwin, 6, of Vandalia and Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel observe a captured moth during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.

Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Adaline Erwin, 6, of Vandalia and Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel observe a captured moth during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.


Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel leads, from left, Adaline Erwin, Ruth Mills, Austin Cobb, Enoch Widegren, Bella Cobb, Audrey Widegren, Abigail Patton, and Elizabeth Patton, to listen to an insect concert during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.


Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News

Adaline Erwin, 6, of Vandalia and Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel observe a captured moth during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.

Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News

Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel leads, from left, Adaline Erwin, Ruth Mills, Austin Cobb, Enoch Widegren, Bella Cobb, Audrey Widegren, Abigail Patton, and Elizabeth Patton, to listen to an insect concert during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.

Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Adaline Erwin, 6, of Vandalia and Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel observe a captured moth during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2018/09/web1_NatureWalk2-1.jpgCody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Adaline Erwin, 6, of Vandalia and Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel observe a captured moth during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.

Cody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel leads, from left, Adaline Erwin, Ruth Mills, Austin Cobb, Enoch Widegren, Bella Cobb, Audrey Widegren, Abigail Patton, and Elizabeth Patton, to listen to an insect concert during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2018/09/web1_NatureWalk1-1.jpgCody Willoughby | Troy Daily News Miami County Parks naturalist Raptor Rachel leads, from left, Adaline Erwin, Ruth Mills, Austin Cobb, Enoch Widegren, Bella Cobb, Audrey Widegren, Abigail Patton, and Elizabeth Patton, to listen to an insect concert during the Homeschool Nature Quest program on Tuesday at Lost Creek Reserve. The ongoing program encourages pre-registered homeschooled students and their families to increase time spent exploring the outdoors. Participating kids are able to check out a backpack filled with books and exploration tools to take home and continue the fun. For more information, visit www.miamicountyparks.com, or find Miami County Parks District on Facebook.