Who Eats What at Nature’s Dinner Table?: Children’s Nature Program

When:
July 15, 2020 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
2020-07-15T10:30:00-04:00
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Where:
The Whiting Library
117 Main St
Chester, VT 05143
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
802-875-2277

The Nature Museum presents children’s programs on the unique ecology and landscape of northern New England. Programs will be held in a shady area in the backyard of the Whiting Library and will last about 45 minutes.

Masks will be required. Blankets will be spread out several feet apart for families to sit together in their “bubble.”

The program will be streamed live on Whiting Library’s Facebook page for families who prefer to watch from the comfort of home.

Carnivore, herbivore, omnivore, detritivore. These are the names that scientists use to describe different kinds of eaters in the natural world. What does a fox eat? How about a deer? What about about a skunk? What kind of eater is a human? Come learn about the many different kinds of eaters, what their dinner looks like and how they go about finding food and eating it too. Participants will get to take a look at animal skulls, teeth and other visuals to learn about how and why animals eat what they do!

Registration is required (whitinglibrary3@gmail.com).

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