The holidays are upon us but it's not too late to pick up a great gift for the nature lover in your life. Here are three quick ideas to help you nab that perfect last minute present no matter what holiday you celebrate.
A good quality bird feeder or suet feeder can be picked up at retailers throughout our area & they make a great gift for anyone who enjoys the company of colorful songbirds. Grab the feeder of your choice & a bag of winter songbird mix birdseed for a gift that will keep on giving through the winter months. Add a small pair of binoculars and a bird guide for an extra bonus. You can pick up a great field guide at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center. Our gift shop is open from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Fridays & Saturdays & from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sundays & we have several guides to choose from.
All Trails is a favorite tool among outdoor enthusiasts providing trail maps & tools to help you make the most of your outdoor adventures. All Trails Pro is a paid version of the popular All Trails app & it offers some extra benefits that the outdoor lover in your life will be able to make use of in 2021. You can purchase a gift membership online & quickly email or print out your gift. Check it online at www.alltrails.com/gift.
Give the gift of nature & support conservation efforts in Pottawattamie County with a Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation Membership! Available in three pricing levels this gift is great no matter what your budget is & your recipient will enjoy a full year of access to all the Pottawattamie Conservation parks & habitat areas!
Annual Membership - $20.00 each
Family Membership - $50.00 each
Supporter Membership - $100.00 each
Pick up this membership at any of your county parks or online at www.pottawattamieconservationfoundation.com! Purchase before Monday, December 14th for delivery by Christmas.
Happy Holidays from Pottawattamie Conservation & the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation!
Get a full year of free access to all Pottawattamie County parks.Become a member of the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation