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Hour with a Park Ranger – Habitats
August 15 at 10:00 am - 11:00 pmFree
Join Samuel S. Lewis State Park’s Environmental Educator, Curtis Sherwood, for a free kid-friendly weekly nature series! Meet on the deck at Columbia Crossing to explore exciting topics including Bird Watching, Amphibians, Totem Poles, and more!
8/15 – Habitats – Why do animals live where they live? Let’s visit some animal homes.
8/22 – Turkey Talk – Where do domesticated animals come from? Let’s talk about turkeys.
8/29 – Monarchs- Lets looks for signs of monarch butterfly activity and learn about the amazing lives of these extraordinary insects.
9/5 – Owl Pellets – Open your own you own owl pellet and find out what that owl ate for lunch by puzzle piecing together bones.
9/12 – Mammals – Hairy, furry, soft and cuddly animals are everywhere! Let’s learn about these milk-guzzling group of animals.
9/19 – Leaves – Lets start a leaf collection and find out what different types of leaves and trees are found in the forests.
9/26 – Decomposers – Mold, fungus and mushrooms. Let’s take a look at different decomposers and find out their function within the ecosystem.