Mass Audubon Bringing Nature Activities to Arsenal Project

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The Arsenal Project invites you in for an exciting winter workshop series exploring natural science with Mass Audubon Habitat educators. Fun opportunities to see, touch & learn about birds, animals, bones and more!

These interactive family-friendly Saturday workshops from 1-3 p.m. are great for all ages. Schedule & details below:

Jan. 30; Wildlife Tracks and Traces – Many animals are active in winter – but they are rarely seen. Discover how to look for clues of animal activity.

Feb. 6; Birds of Prey – Take an up-close look at hawks. What do they eat & how do they capture prey? Learn about predator/ prey relationships, food webs, and hawk habitat.

Feb. 27; Vertebrates and Invertebrates: A Close Look at Bones – Examine skulls & teeth, observe animals without backbones, notice similarities and differences in skeletons, and help put together a bone puzzle.

March 5; Owl and Mouse … and Squirrel and Rabbit – These four animals are active in winter. Find out more about the structures that make owls successful hunters. See if you can discover what an owl ate for dinner.

The events will be held at the Innovation Space across from Dunkin Donuts in The Arsenal Project (Formerly the Arsenal Mall) 485 Arsenal Street, Watertown MA 02472

For more information and directions or telephone 617-923-9944.

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