Sunday, 26. May 2019, Duke Farms, Junior Naturalists 2019

from 26. May 2019 - 13:00 till 15:00

Duke Farms

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Junior Naturalists will spend one Sunday afternoon per month exploring the wonders of nature at Duke Farms with an experienced environmental educator. Through games, classroom and outdoor activities, we will explore the life histories and habitats of our resident feathered and furry friends.
*Note: These programs are designed for families with children in grades 1 through 6. At least 1 ***** must accompany each family of children during this program, with no more than two adults accompanying each family. We cannot accommodate any younger children who are not currently in 1st grade. This includes the younger siblings of any registered 1st-6th grade participant, as well as any toddlers or babies in arms, carriers, slings or strollers.
ACCOMPANYING ADULTS ARE ALSO REQUIRED TO REGISTER.
Part of each program is spent indoors learning about the topic of the month and then we go outdoors to identify and observe birds in the field.  This program will run rain or shine, so please dress for the weather! Appropriate shoes are required. Please bring a refillable water bottle

March 17: Signs of Spring
Even though it may still look like winter outside, spring is not far away. Join a naturalist on a scavenger hunt to find the telltale signs of spring.

April 7: Bumblebees
Bumblebees are extremely important pollinators of flowers and agricultural crops. They can fly in cooler temperatures than many other bees, making them excellent pollinators in early spring. April is a good time to search for Queen Bumblebees and learn all about these fuzzy friends in the garden.

May 26: Spring Is for The Birds
By the month of May, most migratory birds have returned from their winter homes. This is a super busy time for birds as they establish territories, sing for mates, build nests, lay eggs and find food. Let’s explore the habitats of Duke Farms as we learn why spring is for the birds.

May 26: Spring Is for The Birds

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By the month of May, most migratory birds have returned from their winter homes. This is a super busy time for birds as they establish territories, sing for mates, build nests, lay eggs and find food. Let’s explore the habitats of Duke Farms as we learn why spring is for the birds.
 
June 2: Frogs Are Too Much Fun
Do you know the difference between frogs and toads? And why do frogs make so much noise at night? We’ll have a super fun time as we learn all about these amazing amphibious creatures.

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