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Frankly, around the start of autumn we notice that numerous nature organizations spend all of their energies focusing on the busy squirrels getting ready for winter. We would like to take a different approach and focus on one of these friendly arboreal rodent’s predators: the fox. Michigan is home to two different species of fox, the red and the gray fox. Join us as we get up and personal with a fox mount, learning about the specialized body parts and creative thinking that make these members of the Canidae family so formidable at hunting despite being solitary animals. Because these animals have such gorgeous coats we will also be putting together a fun colorfully orange craft for our younger learners to take home.
There are two sessions: 12pm – 1:30pm & 2pm – 3:30pm
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