Wildlife is everywhere. It’s even in our backyards! But how much do we know about our furry neighbors? Some are labeled as “pests” while others bring us joy. The study of urban wildlife such as skunks, raccoons, squirrels and foxes can help us understand the impact of urbanization on local habitats and the importance of these animals.
This program is suitable for students in grades 2nd to 5th. This program will start indoors and include a walk around the gardens (weather permitting). Participants must wear a mask during the class, and the class size will be limited.
Parents only need to register and pay for the child(ren) attending the program.
*Classes may be canceled, rescheduled or moved to an online format in accordance with public health orders and/or inclement weather.