Date: Dec 21 2019, 10 a.m.
Location: Smith Lake Recreation Area (Upper Pavilion at Smith Lake Beach)
- October 19, Skulls and Skins
During this program, you will get a chance to talk about the wildlife that live here in the forest. We will be taking a closer look at their skulls and the difference in their teeth. You will also get to touch the skulls and the furs from the wildlife we will discuss.
- November 9, Gobbles and Wobbles
November is the month when everyone seems to have turkey on the brain. Come out to the park and learn about the wild turkeys found here in our woods! There will be games and a fun craft that you can take home.
- December 21, Hibernation
What do animals do for the winter? Some decide to stay put, and others choose to go and migrate to warmer parts of the earth. During this program, your staff will teach you which animals stay and which animals go, and how they survive along the way.
Open to the public. No registration required.