Ecology & Nature programs

A butterfly lands on sunlit flowers
Did you know... you can check out a 3-day pass to Aullwood Audubon Center from Wright Library! Borrow a Doorway to Dayton Museum Pass today.

Programs that make a positive environmental impact


APRIL 20 - Family Fun with Earth Day
Drop in between 10:30 a.m. and Noon

APRIL 20 - Quilt Lawns & Ancestor Trees
with Dr. Ryan McEwan from the University of Dayton

APRIL 21 - Aullwood Audubon's Rich History and Its Ongoing Efforts to Help the Bird Population
A Far Hills Speaker Series presentation with Nenita Lapitan from Aullwood Audubon Center.

MAY 16 - Dayton Area Wild Ones and Wright Library welcome: Homegrown National Park
6:30-8:00 p.m. at Wright Library

About our programs

Wright Library's Local Ecology series includes book discussions, talks from naturalists and native gardeners, and practical guides on how you can make a difference in your own neighborhood. Find resources that inspire you to have a positive impact on the natural world in your own back (or front) yard.

Follow the development of Wright Library's Native Plant Gardens

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