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Throw on your jackets and hats and get outside with your kids this February vacation! On Wednesday, February 19th from 2-3pm join our naturalist educator on a brisk winter hike where we will learn about what animals in New England do to adapt during the winter season. How does a fox stay warm, what does a chickadee eat, where are the squirrels? These and other questions will be answered as we search for winter shelter, discover winter food sources, and adventure through an idyllic winter landscape.
Don't stay pent up inside - get outside and move! This program runs for 1 hour outdoors, please dress warmly. The lessons in this program are best suited for elementary students, but the whole family is welcome to join.
Pre-registration is required.
Parking is availabe in the World's End parking lot and admission to the reservation if waived for participants in the programs (program fee payment required). If you are planning to attend this progam with a friend, consider carpooling!
Parking is expressly prohibited outside of the property's parking facilities and vehicles parked along Martin's Lane or other neighborhood streets shall be subje to ticketing and towing at the vehicle owner's expense.