Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 1:00 PM
For ages 8 - 12
Join Jim Serfass from the University of Maryland Extension, Carroll County, for an exciting program on animal adaptations. Participants will have a chance to learn about the behaviors and body parts that allow wild animals to survive in a variety of ways. You will also learn to identify animals by their pelts, tracks, and even their scat! After learning about animal survival behaviors, you can test your own survival skills as you "become" an animal in an interactive game.
The Program is Full. If you wish to go on a waiting list, you would be number 2 on the list.