Rangers hold regularly scheduled educational and interpretive programs about Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve. Check the Events calendar for more information.
To arrange a special exploration of Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve for your group or class, contact the park office.
Educational materials about Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve have been developed for grades 5-7 and are correlated to North Carolina's competency-based curriculum in science, social studies, mathematics and English/language arts. The Weymouth Woods program introduces students to the life history of the longleaf pine. Major topics include fire ecology, prescribed burning and plant and animal adaptations. Accompanying the program is a teacher's booklet and workshop, free of charge to educators.
The Exhibit Hall is currently UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
Special Bird Events
- April through June and September through November of each year, the staff at Weymouth Woods set up mist nets and band birds. Currently banding is done off of the Pine Island Trail and at the park office. The time and location depends on weather and staff availability.
- Hummingbird banding is done at least one day a week, April through September at the park office.
- The park sponsors two Audubon Bird Counts - one in late April or early May and one in December.
To get a schedule of current programs, walks, talks and hikes, check the Events calendar for more information.
Boots, water and insect repellent are recommended and its best to phone or email ahead before coming.