Nature Journaling: NRWA Summer Naturalist Adventure Series: Animal Adaptations

Thursday, August 44:00—6:00 PMSibley HallGroton Public Library99 Main St., Groton, MA, 01450

Discover the secrets of survival with our local wildlife! Using skins, skulls, animal mounts, and other hands-on materials look closely at our wildest animals including mink, otter, beaver, fisher, coyote, and fox to better understand their successful adaptations for survival. Activities include close observation with Magiscopes & sketching materials, wildlife bingo game sheet, and making tracks. This program combines wildlife and nature exploration with sketching activities to deepen observation skills while capturing the finer details of nature. Materials will be provided.  

Grades 5 and up.

Class led by NRWA naturalist educators.

Capacity: 5 of 15 spaces available.

Note: Registering more attendees than spaces available will automatically place your attendees on this event's wait list.

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