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October 10, 1986 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-10

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Preparing for a taste of fall.

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$2 daily vehicle permit.

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Friday, October 10, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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sanctuaries hold strange and
wonderful animals.
The Detroit Zoo, 8450 W.
Ten Mile, Royal Oak, 398-
0900. Daily 10-5. $3.50-
adults, $1.50-children 5-12,
$2-seniors, $2 cars.
Belle Isle Zoo, Detroit,
398-0900. Monday through
Saturday 10-5, Sundays 9-6.
Until end of October. $2-
adults, $1-seniors, 50 cents-
ages 5-12. Pony rides $1.50
Saturday and Sunday.
Potter Park Zoo, on the
banks of the Red Cedar
River, 1301 S. Pennsylvania
Ave., (517) 483-4222. 8 a.m.-
dusk. $1 cars.
Greenfield Village's Fires-
tone Farm is a working farm
with a 19th Century far-
mhouse.
Greenfield Village, 20900
Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn,
271-1620. Daily 9-5.
The Jack Miner Bird
Sanctuary near Kingsfield,
Ont., is a half-hour drive
from Windsor. During the
last two weeks of October and
the first two weeks of No-
vember, 20,000 to 30,000
geese gather on the 2,000-
acre sanctuary. Watch geese
being banded and look for
your favorite birds among the
ducks, peacocks, pheasants,
golden eagle, bob-whites and
quail. Free bird seed is pro-
vided by the sanctuary. For a
spectacular show, watch the
air show at 3 daily. A
three-wheeler motorcycle
rides through fields and
raises the geese into the sky.
The ranger promises spec-
tacular photos.
Jack
Miner
Bird
Sanctuary, off Highway 3,
Kingsfield, Ont., close to
Point Pelee National Park,
(519) 733-4034. 9-5 Monday
through Sunday.

Area metro-parks offer in-
and glorious
autumn nature experiences.
Most offer bicycle and hiking
trails, plus interesting nature
programs. Call ahead for the
monthly schedule.
Kensington Metro Park,
2240 W. Buno Rd., Milford,
1-800-247-2757. $2 daily ve-
hicle permit. Nature center
activities: 1-5 weekdays, 10-5
weekends. Paddleboat rides
through Sunday, weekends
only, 12-6. $1.75-adults,
$1.50-children.
Dinosaur Hill Nature
preserve, 333 N. Hill Circle,
Rochester, 656-0999. 9-4
Tuesday through Friday, 12-3
Saturday and Sunday. Inter-
pretive Center and 16 acres
along Paint Creek.
Don't overlook university
botanical gardens and arbore-
tums for photogenic autumn
nature trails.
Matthaei Botanical Gar-
dens, 1800 Dixboro Rd., Ann
Arbor, 764-1168. Daily 10-
4:30. Free.
Nature trails and indoor
gardens.
Nichols Arboretum, Ann
Arbor, 138-acre tract on the
Huron River.
Carl G. Fenner Arboretum,
2020 E. Mount Hope, Lans-
ing, (517) 483-4224. Nature
trails. Daily 8-dusk. Science
building with reptiles Mon-
day through Friday 9-4. Free.
Train enthusiasts will
enjoy their fall color seen
through a train window.
Greenfield Village, 20900
Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn,
271-1620. Ride an open air,
vintage steam engine train
20 minutes around the
perimeter of the historic vil-
lage. Daily 9-5, until the end
of October. -$1.50 per person
in addition to village admis-
sion.
Coe Rail Inc., 860 N. Pon-
tiac Trail, Walled Lake,
669-1248 or 851-7957. Owner
Larry Coe offers 55-minute
fall color rides until the last

expensive

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