We are pleased to welcome the West Cook Chapter to the Wild Ones family. Located in the Oak Park area, our newest chapter encompasses the western portion of Cook County in Illinois. Chapter President is Pamela Todd. If you want to welcome them personally, please e-mail email@example.com If you’d like to visit their website go to http://www.wildones.org/connect/chapters/illinois-chapters/oak-park-chapter/ To join this chapter, more »
Monthly Archives:: September 2013
The “Grandmother Spider” one is from the Naperville Municipal Band’s “Haunted Night in Central Park”, July 18th, in Naperville, IL. I led the Children’s Costume parade.
…By the way, I have learned so much valuable information from the garden meetings I go to. I love native plants! Thanks for all you do. — Teresa of Wild Ones Habitat Gardening in Central New York
On September 10, 2013, Wild Ones Oak Openings held its monthly meeting at the National Center for Nature Photography in Secor Metropark, as part of the park’s Monarch Month celebration. Karen Pugh, the Director of the Center, and Denise Gehring, President of the Oak Openings Chapter, arranged the event. Denise is also the co-chair of the Wild Ones more »
Wild for Monarchs Butterfly Garden Recognition Program The Butterfly Garden Recognition Program is now available for registration. If you would like your butterfly garden or habitat to be be recognized by Wild Ones, please tell us about your garden. See details of the program by going to http://www.wildones.org/learn/wild-for-monarchs/butterfly-garden-recognition/ Once you’ve successfully registered your garden or habitat, more »
Wild Ones 2013 Photo Contest All the 2013 Photo Contest pictures have been uploaded to the members only webpage and are ready for members to review. Please scan through these photos and vote for your favorite. This year we have 170 photos so it may be difficult to pick your favorite. Vote by September 23rd to place your more »