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Super Science: Hibernation, Migration, Adaptation

$5 recommended donation/Registration is not required

When the going gets tough, the tough doesn’t always get going…sometimes they adapt! However, you can observe how local animals and birds spend their winter by setting up an outdoor feeding station and recording your findings in a science journal. We will show you how!

Explore the ingenuity behind seasonal living through the lives of the Wood Frog, Alaskan Caribou, and Arctic Fox.

Make your own pinecone birdfeeder!

Explore the Natural Science collection!

This fall, Super Science will be hosted by guest scientist Ashley Gary, The Wildlife Host!


Ashley Gary is a science communicator known online as The Wildlife Host (@thewildlifehost). Since 2018 she has been sharing her love and passion for wildlife with her community on both Instagram and Twitter. Along with sparking curiosity in people about the natural world, she also promotes positivity and following your dreams. It was following her dreams and forging ahead that lead to the creation of The Wildlife Host brand and the opportunity to reach thousands of people with the message of appreciation and stewardship of the biodiversity around us.

Super Science is supported in part by


Saturday, December 19, 2020
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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$5 recommended donation