Join us for another in-person presentation of Wild Animal Encounters at the library with Tanglewood Nature Center. We’ll start at 11:00 and the program lasts about 30-40 minutes.
This week’s theme is Getting There and What To Wear. We’ll be learning about animal body coverings like fur, feathers, and scales as well as different types of animal locomotion. With the help, of course, from some live animal friends.
Animals take advantage of a variety of ways to get from place to place. They walk, crawl, hop, skip, leap and fly. Learn how animals move in the wild, and why animals are covered with so many different kinds of “outfits”. You might get to meet someone with long legs or no legs at all. How about someone that wears a fur coat? Or spikes on their back?
All are welcome, no sign up required.
Questions? Call 607-582-6218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is made possible by the Bernard Carl and Shirley Rosen Library Fund from the Community Foundation of Tompkins County.