While we get to retreat to a home with heaters and blankets, other mammals spend their entire winter outdoors, enduring everything from the frigid cold to howling blizzards. These animals have developed extraordinary adaptations to survive the season with little food and harsh temperatures. Through a discussion and an outdoor exploration, join us to discover the lessons our neighboring mammals can teach us about how to make it through the winter.
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Winter Lives of Mammals
February 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm| $6 – $9
More details: This program is designed for adults. Space is limited. Online pre-registration is required.
This program will follow the Harrison Loop. This moderate trail is mostly flat with packed crushed stone. The surfaces may be muddy or icy this time of year. Resting benches are available. Our total route will be about ½ mile.