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SHOP NOW: Nature Discovery Kits!

Choose from six different kits for children ages 4-7 and 8+ or get a subscription of the remaining 5!

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Sarett's Nature Center building is closed during this time. Trails remain open!

Please practice social distancing while hiking and do not bring pets on the trails.

There is currently no entrance fee to hike on the trails.

Please consider a donation to help us continue to serve our community!


Visit our Butterfly House!

Open for reservations for MEMBERS from Thursday, July 9 - Sunday, July 12!


Open for reservations for the GENERAL PUBLIC starting Tuesday, July 16th!


Sarett's Online Bird Seed Sale!

Click here to order now and pickup the same day!

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Enjoy the benefits of Sarett membership for a low yearly cost!


Val the Turkey Vulture

Sponsor An Animal

Donate to one of our friends at Sarett!

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Click to learn how to geocache at Sarett!

Online Bird Seed Sale Form

Support Sarett by buying curbside bird seed! We offer mixed seed, sunflower seed, and thistle. Fill out the form and pay online and pick up your bird seed right outside the nature center!

Nature Discovery Kits

Announcing our new Nature Discovery Kits allowing children to explore nature at home, running from July 7 – August 11, 2020! Sarett Naturalists have created six weeks of fun and interesting kits to keep your child entertained and engaged in nature this summer!


Trail Map

Sarett has many miles of hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoe trails through wetlands and upland forest. Check out our trail map and visit today!

Nature Notebook

Nature Notebook – Woodchuck Pups

Five woodchuck pups emerged from their den under my porch this week after weeks of staying underground and growing with Mom. She has used this den for the last few years but this week I observed a new behavior I...

Nature Notebook – Hummingbird Arrival

Hummingbirds are arriving back to southwest Michigan after long migratory journeys from southern Florida or Central America. These late spring migrants, some of which cross the Gulf of Mexico in a single flight, can be seen feeding from nectar rich...

Nature Notebook – Wolf Spiders

In honor of Mother’s Day, let’s highlight a dedicated mother in the animal kingdom – the wolf spider. Wolf spiders are one of the most common and widespread families of spider, with over 200 species in North America. When it’s...