Double Lives: All About Amphibians

Sat Apr 10, 2021
10:00am Eastern
6-12
$20 family

Join Cindy Dunn and Kristin Steinmetz for a cool, hands-on opportunity to learn about amphibians and their habitats at this family-focused science webinar. You’ll learn what makes an amphibian an amphibian, get acquainted with some local amphibians you may see or hear at this time of year, discover amazing adaptations that help amphibians survive, and even laugh at some amphibian jokes (yes, they do exist!).

You’ll also find answers to some fascinating questions such as: Can frogs freeze solid? Why are efts red? Do amphibian eggs always come with a side of jelly? What can you do to help amphibians now? There will also be hands-on activities using simple items from around your house (a list will be shared).

 

Groton Conservation Trust

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