Date(s) - Saturday, Dec 29, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Audubon Community Nature Center
Participants will investigate the wonderful world of winter animals and learn how they survive the winter.
While many animals migrate to a warmer climate for the winter, some choose to stay. Many animals, including mammals, birds and insects have specialized ways to survive the winter season. Explore mammal furs, tracks, and skulls, count winter birds and play games to learn about these amazing animal adaptations. Do experiments, create crafts, and go on a hike to discover evidence of the animals found in our region in the winter.
This is an open house format so participants can stop in anytime though out the afternoon.
The cost is $6 for Community Nature Center members and children ages 3 to 15 and $8 for adults. Children ages two and younger will get in for free.
Reservations are not required. For more information call 569-2345.