Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. We’re talking about everyone’s favorite sweet treat, chocolate! Have you ever wondered about the history of chocolate? We’re at Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve with Nature Interpreters Susan and Stephanie where they highlight this confectionery comfort food.

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Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. Hit the water at Winton Lake with Nature Interpreter Julie as we investigate a beaver lodge that was spotted on the lake.

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The walkway of the Tallgrass Prairie Trail at Miami Whitewater Forest.

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. We’re heading off the beaten path at Miami Whitewater Forest. Conservation and Parks Technicians AJ and Emily share more about how we manage invasive species in the parks and even tear down some invasive honeysuckle. This video gets loud, but you don’t want to miss it!

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A man dressed in an emerald ash borer costume poses for the camera.

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. Meet Eddy the emerald ash borer. Eddy is at Parky’s Farm telling us about how he came to the U.S. and why these tiny insects are huge pests.

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A red-eared slider sits in the grass.

Join us on our Facebook page with our new schedule of Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. Today, Regional Education Manager Julie is talking turtles. Meet our turtle animal ambassadors and learn about what makes each species unique in today’s live broadcast.

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Join us on our Facebook page Mondays through Fridays at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. Ever wondered what are those tiny fish you’ve seen swimming in streams? Then this video is for you! Nature Interpreter Tom explains all about the freshwater swimmers and then goes on a hunt for some in Sharon Creek.

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