Ever wonder what happens in the woods when people are not around?
You can find out, through a new exhibit of trail camera shots at the Indian Creek Nature Center.
A bit of a warning might be warranted for some of the “behind the scenes” photos taken by the Nature Center’s trail cams.
Not all of it is gory, but some blood is shed and nature being nature, the scenes demonstrate the circle of life, and death. For example, see which animals dispose of a deer carcass in some of the shots.
Many of the photos are amazing and now the Nature Center will showcase those in its new exhibit.
“What Happens in the Woods When You’re Not Around” will have an opening reception on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, beginning at 7 p.m. The exhibit is at the Indian Creek Nature Center, 6665 Otis Rd. SE, in Cedar Rapids.
Attendees are invited to bring a favorite trail camera photo to share, or learn to set up and operate a trail camera.
Pre-registration is requested by calling 319-362-0664 or register online at indiancreeknaturecenter.org.
Cost for members is $4; non-members: $7. Attend both this program and “Coming Home: A Journey of Discovery” on Thursday, Feb 20 for M: $6; NM: $10.