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Nature's Corner program #136 — BATS!

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Welcome to NCACC's website!

The Nature Center Association of Caesar Creek (NCACC) is an organization of volunteers with the goals of preserving and improving Caesar Creek State Park and educating the public about its unique attributes.

Nature Center hours vary seasonally. The Nature Center is closed. We apologize for the inconvenience. For more information, please call 513-897-3055.


Marlon and Scout
Marlon and Scout

The Nature Center Association of Caesar Creek (NCACC) is an organization of volunteers with the goals of preserving and improving Caesar Creek State Park and educating the public about its unique attributes.

Nature Center hours vary seasonally. The Nature Center is closed. We apologize for the inconvenience. For more information, please call 513-897-3055.


Recent Volunteer and Nature Center Activities



Nature's Corner #136 - October, 2020

  • Created: October 21, 2020
  • An in-depth look at bats in Ohio with Melissa Proffitt from the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District.

Nature's Corner #136 - October, 2020

  • Created: October 21, 2020
  • An in-depth look at bats in Ohio with Melissa Proffitt from the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District.

The Ohio Fall Foliage Report has returned!


September 2020 Activities Report

Seymour the Sycamore
Seymour the Sycamore
Storybook Project
Seymour the Sycamore is introduced.
Watercraft Maintenance
All Nature Center watercraft were inspected and repaired or replaced as necessary.
Turtles Webinar
Park Naturalist Erin Shaw participated in an ODNR Webinar about the turtles of Ohio. link to webinar
Trail Maintenance
A set of stairs near Horseshoe Falls was repaired and fallen trees were removed from the Wellman area trails, with a special shout out to Terry S. for donating so much of his time.
Volunteer Training
Volunteers received training in Watercraft Education, fish cleaning, and participated in a bird banding demonstration.


Nature's Corner #135 - September, 2020

  • Running time: 00:32:36
  • Created: September 17, 2020
  • Erin and Chris Dice explore the weird and wonderful world of vultures.

Nature's Corner #135- September, 2020

  • Running time: 00:32:36
  • Created: September 17, 2020
  • Erin and Chris Dice explore the weird and wonderful world of vultures.

Naturalist Rick Hoffman describes the Fall bird migration: download .pdf


August 2020 Activity Report

Water crossing at Ward Road
Water crossing at Ward Road
COVID-19 Operations
Park attendance numbers are good, partly in spite of, and partly because of the pandemic. Unfortunately, Park operations are still restricted with no immediate end in sight. Efforts are being made at the State level to resume the Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist training program. Volunteers are learning how to have virtual meetings.
Perseid Meteor Shower Campout Cancelled
Maybe next year...
Storybook Project
The volunteers creating the Bald Eagles at Caesar Creek storybook held a draft review of their work so far.
Nature's Corner
Officer Chris Dice from Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Park Naturalist Erin Shaw, and Volunteer Ron K. discuss the "do's and don'ts" of water safety at the swimming beach.
Building and Grounds
A Monarch Caterpiller feature was added to the Playscape.
A rainwater collection system was added to the Raptor Flight Cage.
Trail Maintenance
A new water crossing was finished on the Ward Road section of the Mountain Bike Trail.


Nature's Corner #134- August, 2020

  • Running time: 00:32:36
  • Created: August 24, 2020
  • A day at the Caesar Creek Lake beach

Nature's Corner #134- August, 2020

  • Running time: 00:32:36
  • Created: August 24, 2020
  • A day at the Caesar Creek Lake beach

Older 2020 Activity Reports

2019 Year-end Activity Report


Links to Facebook pages
Nature Center Association of Caesar Creek Facebook
Friends of Caesar Creek Facebook
Caesar Creek State Park Facebook

Caesar Creek State Park lies in southwest Ohio. It is highlighted by clear blue waters, scattered woodlands, meadows, and steep ravines. The 3,741-acre park offers some of the finest outdoor recreation in southwest Ohio including camping, fishing, boating, hunting, swimming, trails for hiking, biking, and horses -- plus a Nature Center. The Park is open year around although some facilities are seasonal. There is always something to do, so check out the activities, special events, and volunteer pages.

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