Take a trip through ‘Wild New Jersey’ at East Brunswick Library on Sept. 4

Fiona Stanio, 5, of Highland Park, Lyla Stanio, 5, of Highland Park, Gianna Melone, 5, of Somerville, and Keilah Chan, 6, of Piscataway, look for signs of spring on a nature walk during Duke Farms' Nature Storytime for Sprouts program on Apr. 25. The class took a nature walk to the Education Cottage where Duke Farms' Joanne Hughes educated the children by reading stories to learn about animals and how they care for their young.

Conservationist and author David Wheeler will present “Wild New Jersey: Nature Adventures in the Garden State” at 7 p.m. Sept. 4 at the East Brunswick Library, 2 Civic Center Dr., East Brunswick.

Wheeler, the executive director of the nonprofit Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, will discuss the diverse wildlife, nature destinations and exciting outdoor activities found in New Jersey.

The program is free and open to the public. Children 8 and older are welcome.

Wheeler’s talk is part of the Option Green lecture series presented in partnership with the library. Membership is free and open to all township residents.

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