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Discovery Live: Ask a Scientist!

March 17 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm MDT

On March 17th, join us for a chat with the folks at Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. 

Tune in to hear from guest experts, ask questions, and discover science, history, and art happening in your own backyard!

How many different species of bird migrate through Colorado each spring? How many pounds can a great-horned owl carry? And why do we see so many “Canadian” geese in Fort Collins in the winter?  Tune in to ask these questions, or one of your own!

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March 17
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm MDT
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Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
(970) 221-6738
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