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33 W Penny Road
South Barrington, IL 60010-9578
847-428-OWLS (6957)
Stillnc@wildblue.net 
A non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization

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The Stillman Nature Center is an independent nature center that is privately funded and receives no tax monies from any park, forest preserve, or school districts. We need the help of corporations, foundations, community groups and individuals to continue our programs. We invite you to become a member of the Stillman Nature Center which is a 501(c)3 organization. Simply click on the PayPal button above or fill out our printable membership form and submit to the address below, or call us and we'll be happy to mail a form to you.


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       Stillman Nature Center

       33 W. Penny Road

       S. Barrington, IL 60010-9578


       Phone/fax: 847-428-OWLS (6957)

       e-mail: stillnc@wildblue.net



Help Stillman with a $250 donation and get a limited edition print!


During the summer of 2009, as if on cue, we uncovered some numbered and signed prints of a Yellow-crowned Night-Heron titled The Night Fisherman by acclaimed watercolorist Nancy Fortunato. This limited edition was available for a brief time in commemoration of the Nature Center’s 10th anniversary. This print can be yours with a donation of $250. Click here for more info.


Remember - Membership dues and other contributions are tax deductible!!


Calling Volunteers!


Please help us keep the nature center functioning smoothly.

Depending on the season, volunteer duties include clearing buckthorn, collecting seeds, planting trees, burning brush piles, cleaning raptor enclosures, and spreading chips on trails.


Stillman has the tools, we need healthy, outdoor-loving volunteers to wield them. Our workdays are scheduled on the second and fourth Friday of the month. Please remember to wear work gloves and clothes you don't mind getting muddy.


Other volunteer opportunities include helping with school groups and fundraising.  Questions? Call  (847) 428-OWLS(6957) or fill out the online form at right



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