Learn About Wildlife: Animal Bone Identification
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About The Event
Wild kids welcome! Learn and play your way through the wonderful world of wildlife.
Friends of Clark Reservation State Park will host an animal bones exploration program on Sunday, June 2, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. The program will be led Nature Center Naturalist, Cameron Aloi. During this hands-on program, participants will learn to recognize the key identifying characteristics of a host of familiar creatures and understand the importance of diversity. Children will get to closely examine a variety of skulls, antlers, teeth, and other bones to look for clues about a creature’s diet, habitat, and behavior.
This program is free with park admission and recommended for ages Kids 9+ with an accompanying adult.
Meet at the Nature Center.