Lunchtime Learners: How Do Animals Survive Winter?
Lunchtime Learners How Do Animals Survive Winter? Fri, Jan 13th • 12-1 pm Trailside • RM 160 Just how do animals survive Michigan’s frigid winters? Migration, adaptation and hibernation are
How Do Animals Survive Winter?
Fri, Jan 13th • 12-1 pm
Trailside • RM 160
Just how do animals survive Michigan’s frigid winters? Migration, adaptation and hibernation are the keys to their survival against the long nights and cold winter temperatures. Experience the winter survival strategies of our Michigan wildlife during this PowerPoint program. Furs, skins, skulls and other items from CNC’s natural history collection will provide hands-on experiences for participants.
After each Lunchtime Learners program, Allison Rossi Utter, Community Outreach & Volunteer Manager will be offering a tour of Trailside Center. If you’ve never taken a tour, this would be a great opportunity to see all that Senior Services has to offer!
Aim to arrive by 11:30 am in Trailside and after your table is called, take your lunch into room 160. The talk will begin as close to noon as possible and end by 1:00. Space is limited in the room, so please call ahead to reserve your spot and register for lunch at 633-3700. Lunches are by donation to those over 60, or $6 for those under 60. Please cancel your reservation if you or anyone in your household is sick.
Reserve your spot below or by calling 989-633-3700! Online registration is available up until 2 hours prior to the program start time. If you are attempting to register less than 2 hours prior, please call 989-633-3700 for assistance.
Lunchtime Learners: How Do Animals Survive Winter
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