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April 30, 2014

Dunbar Cave’s Spring Fling to be held May 10

Dunbar Cave will hold their annual Spring Fling on May 10. Visitors can check in at the Visitor Center and admission is free.

Reptile experts Donny and Sherry Howell will display their exotic and native snakes. Paul Schwab of the Tennessee  Trails Association will lead a hike of Dunbar Cave trails and provide pointers for hiking in our region.

Duane Rice of the Middle Tennessee region of the Tennessee Bluebird Society will be giving a program about hosting Eastern Bluebirds and other cavity nesting species in the area.

Paeticipants can also take advantage of the opportunity to canoe on Swan Lake — the only time canoes are allowed on the lake.

Snacks will be provided for a modest donation. Children must supervised by an adult.

The event is sponsored by Friends of Dunbar Cave, Warioto Audubon Chapter, Tennessee Trails Association, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and Tennessee State Parks.


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