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Family Science Outside - Silly Squirrels

Do you ever wonder what happens to squirrels in the winter?  Why do they act so silly at times? 

Join Ms. Amy for a story book reading to get us thinking about squirrel behavior-maybe they aren’t so silly! Learn about squirrel strategies for survival and the important role they play in the forest ecosystem. Then go out on a guided hike to look for various signs of squirrels preparing for winter.  This program is for families with children ages 5 years and up.

In order to comply with current PA and CDC Covid-19 protocols, masks and registration are required for all participants.  Dress for the weather- this will be an outdoor program. 

Spaces are limited, so please be sure you sign up by clicking the green box in the upper right- hand corner. We will not be able to take walk up participants.

You should receive a confirmation email once you have successfully registered for this program.

Saturday, December 5 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center
3025 New Holland Road, Reading, PA 19607

Bureau

State Parks

Categories

Educational Programs

Region

East

Target Audience

Children

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