May 19, 2021 - June 9, 2021
Gangly, tawny moose calves are born about nine months after the autumn rut [mating season]. Born at 25-35 pounds, the average adult moose weighs close to 1,000 pounds and stand six feet tall. Calves can walk and swim at one week of age and remain with their mother for 12-18 months. If you’re lucky, you will see a cow with her twins, which are somewhat common.
More Mammal Babies
Bear cubs are actually born in January while their mother is hibernating. The youngsters leave the den and stay with their mother about a year and a half, hibernating with her their first year. Black bears made in late spring/early summer but the eggs don’t implant until November. Adults weigh 150 -500+ pounds, with males being bigger and heavier.
Gestation for white-tailed deer is seven months, with fawns typically born around Memorial Day. The young, born at about 8 pounds, sport white spots that disappear by early autumn. Find will stay with their mother one to two years and adults weigh in from 85-300 pounds, with males being bigger and heavier.
May 28, 2021 - May 31, 2021
Make art a part of your Memorial Day tradition! The communities of Grand Marias, the Gunflint Trail, Grand Portage, Lutsen, Tofte, and Schroeder are home to a thriving arts culture, and many art galleries! These galleries are host to the creative expressions of hundreds of artists and are stops not to be missed on your next journey north.
May 31, 2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Tettegouche State Park Visitor’s Center | Silver Bay MN
Tettegouche State Park
Lace up your hiking boots and join the Park Naturalist for a guided hike to beautiful Shovel Point.
We will hike 1.5 miles roundtrip along moderate terrain, taking our time and looking at what we find along the way.
This hike is limited to 15 people and PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Social distancing and masking will be in place during this event.
Call 218 353.8800 to register. You will then be given directions as to where the hike will start.