The Carolyn Parr Nature Center is managed by the Napa Valley Naturalists. The Nature Center is named for Carolyn Parr, whose generous bequest provided for its establishment in 1981. The Nature Center and its affiliated museum are dedicated to helping people of all ages learn more about their local natural environment. The Center is open on Wednesdays from 10 am to 4 pm as well as Saturday and Sunday 1-4 pm. Admission is free.
All its programs are free to members of the Nature Center, $5 for non-members. Group tours and school classes can be scheduled during the week by calling the Nature Center.
The Carolyn Parr Nature Center is an all-volunteer organization. DOCENTS staff the center on weekend afternoons and host weekday tour groups. ADMINISTRATIVE VOLUNTEERS support general operations. They construct displays, assist with publicity and fundraising, and perform maintenance tasks. The only requirements for volunteers are interest and enthusiasm. All necessary training is easily provided.
Holiday Open House
On break until March
As a courtesy to our presenters, please plan to arrive before the program starts. Late arrivals cause distractions.
All its programs are free to members of the Nature Center, $5 for non-members. Group tours and school classes can be scheduled by calling the Nature Center.
Joe & Wendy's Reptile Rescue and Rattlesnake Removal
Call Joe Lam at Silverado Vet (224-7953 or at 557-5213). Joe not only relocates rattlesnakes, he also takes in unwanted reptiles and amphibians whos owners no longer want them. Joe and Wendy also do educational programs and parties to provide information on what reptiles make good pets and their proper care.
For more info or reservations call 255-6465 or Joyce at 226-6230 or email@example.com