Explore a different animal for three consecutive Sundays in November in these outdoor programs for families. On November 15, learn the "bear necessities"; on November 22, get ready for Thanksgiving with turkey-themed activities; on November 29, get started with bird feeding.
- November 15 - Bear Necessities- Do Bears actually hibernate? What does a bear skull look like? How thick is their fur? How many cubs do they usually have? These questions and more will be answered before we play a bear necessity game.
- November 22 – Turkey Tales- We will have a turkey tail, legs, feathers, call box and a decoy to examine. Then we will search for clues on the trail to find out where our local turkeys have been and what they are doing.
- November 29 – Bird Feeding 101- Become a beginner birder, learn some common birds and what are some foods to attract them to your home. We will make an easy bird feeder and go for a stroll testing our new knowledge.
Prepaid registration required.
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