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“Bears” Family Naturalist Program Feb 9 at 1 PM

Feb 5, 2019

Trout Lake Nature Center offers a monthly Second Saturday Family Naturalist series designed to provide fun and learning for all ages.

 

The program starts with brief background information on the monthly topic and followed by a walk to discover birds, bugs, moths, butterflies, plants and more.  Fun for the family or individuals.

 

 Pre-registration is required and only 30 people will be accepted into the program due to its hands-on nature. To register for this event go to www.universe.com/FNJan. There is no cost to attend but as an independent non-profit we welcome all donations to help with our programming costs. Elementary and middle school aged children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the outdoors. We suggest you wear close-toed shoes and long pants since we may be going off the trails. You might want to bring a hat and sunscreen.

 

Other Family Naturalist programs will be offered as follows:

 

  • Plants of Florida – Mar. 9
  • Moths and Butterflies – Apr. 13

Trout Lake Nature Center offers a Second Saturday Family Naturalist series designed to provide fun and learning for all ages.

The program starts with brief background information on the monthly topic and followed by a walk to discover birds, bugs, moths, butterflies, plants and more.  Fun for the family or individuals.

 Pre-registration is required and only 30 people will be accepted into the program due to its hands-on nature. To register for this event go to www.universe.com/FNJan. There is no cost to attend but as an independent non-profit we welcome all donations to help with our programming costs. Elementary and middle school aged children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the outdoors. We suggest you wear close-toed shoes and long pants since we may be going off the trails. You might want to bring a hat and sunscreen.

Other Family Naturalist programs will be offered as follows:

  • The Florida Black Bear – Feb. 9
  • Plants of Florida – Mar. 9
  • Moths and Butterflies – Apr. 13

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