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Johnson Nature Center

Michigan Bloomfield Hills School Nature Center

The E. L. Johnson Nature Center is a beautifully natural, forty-acre site that offers visitors myriad visual pleasures and a plethora of learning opportunities.

it features a scenic, four-acre, inland pond that is home to an assortment of fish; a large variety of trees including stands of pine, hardwoods, and a sugar bush; and many native plants and wildflowers that decorate the rolling terrain left by prehistoric melting glaciers. a tributary of the rouge river flows through the park-like area.

Deer at E.L. Johnson Nature Center at Bloomfield Hills Schools in Michigan体育赛事论坛投注网The grounds are crisscrossed with more than two miles of pleasant, wood-chipped, walking trails, and foster a safe habitat for a host of wildlife. Red fox, coyote, deer, mink, as well as a multiplicity of birds, amphibians, and reptiles have been observed. There are also special wildlife pens that contain orphaned deer and injured hawks and owls that can be observed up close.

Hawks at Michigan's Bloomfield Hills Schools Nature CenterThe Visitor Center and classrooms, erected in 2006 with the funding assistance of generous grants from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, feature interactive educational exhibits and seasonal displays that provide a wealth of information. The facility, parking lot, and pathways are barrier free. The Visitor Center, log cabins, and an outdoor amphitheater provide areas for meetings, classes, and programs.

体育赛事论坛投注网visiting the authentic 1800's homestead is an interesting trip back in time, and a favorite for youngsters! docks, boardwalks, bridges, trail signs, picnic tables, and benches enhance a visitor's experience. the center provides a lovely setting for people of all ages and from many communities to observe wildlife, improve their physical fitness, learn, or simply enjoy the beautiful and peaceful surroundings.

Photography Guidelines

feel free to walk our approximately 2.0 miles of nature trails and enjoy all that nature has to offer. stop by to visit our two resident deer, our red-tailed hawk and two great-horned owls. be sure to relax by our pond where you may see some frogs or turtles!



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Location


E.L. Johnson Nature Center
3325 Franklin Road
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Contact

 
Nature Center Staff

Dan Badgley, Manager
248.341.6487
DBadgley@businessinria.com

Jackie Doran, Program Coordinator
248.341.6481
JDoran@businessinria.com
Scheduling of programs and general questions

Guides / Naturalist
  • Cass Arsenault
  • Sandy Cohen
  • Karen Fenwick
  • Jody Harrington
  • Anne Ross
  • Edie Schmitz
  • Stacey Smith
  • Blanche Wicke

HOURS

  • The Nature Center re-opened for walking on Monday, June 1, 2020.
     
  • Restrooms are available for our visitors during normal hours. The Visitor Center will remain closed.
     
  • The trails will be open daily from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on weekends (closed July 4).