Choose from these Popular Programs:
Nature Explorers –
Awaken curiosity and engage the senses while exploring nature and the changing seasons.
Investigating Invertebrates –
Search for clues to the hidden lives of spiders, slugs and bugs. Evidence of their important roles as pollinators and decomposers abound for those who know where to look.
Pond Discovery -
Sneak along the pond edge to catch and release minnows, dragonfly nymphs and many others while learning about their watery home.
Beaver Tales –
Look for lodges, dams and canals built by these animals and learn about the adaptations that make them ecosystem engineers.
Navigating the Night (available after sunset) –
How do bats, owls and other nocturnal animals survive in a world without light? Tune up your senses, listen and adjust your night vision to find out.
Ecosystem Balance and Bullies -
What is ecological health and how do different habitats support different species? Explore the diversity of ecosystems by designing and analyzing experiments to compare species survival. Invasive species can disrupt this delicate balance - participate in habitat restoration by removing these bullies.
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