*New* Burrowing In with Burrowing Owls (4-6)
The burrowing owl is a unique grassland species, whose Canadian population has declined by 90% since the 1990s. The owl is listed as endangered due to several threats that result in high…Read More
From different styles of adaptations to different styles of families, this high-energy program explores the creation of fossils while looking closely at dinosaur diversity, parental care, and the food chain. Through classroom and tour components, students will discuss animal homes, fossilization, and how dinosaurs adapted to their environments.
Length: 60 minutes
Program times: 10:00am, 11:15am, 12:45pm
Maximum students: 27
Cost: May-June: $295