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CPF helps residents find where the wild things are

Residents use sweep nets to catch insects on May 12 in the fields of Stone Quarry Hill Art Park.  Numerous CPF-sponsored walks will be held this summer.

Residents use sweep nets to catch insects on May 12 in the fields of Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. Numerous CPF-sponsored walks will be held this summer. Judy Gianforte

— Curious nature lovers joined the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation and Amy Kochem, a professional naturalist associated with the Friends of Rogers Center in Sherburne, in search for signs of wildlife May 12 at Stone Quarry Hill Art Park.

Local kids and adults enjoyed looking for animals found in the woods, field and the ponds. In late August, Amy Kochem will lead a program with fireflies under a full moon.

There are many more walks throughout the summer and CPF invites the community to join in the fun and experience something new. For more information, visit cazpreservation.org.

Janet Elliott is publicist for CPF. She can be reached through the organization’s website, cazpreservation.org.

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