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Predator-Prey Day!

October 29, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am MDT

Join us for a fun and interactive morning learning all about food webs! We will learn what the 4 main resources are that animals need to survive and how that plays out in a fun, active game. Participants will be divided up into 4 different animal groups to see if they have what it takes to gather all of their resources, while at the same time avoid being “eaten” by their predators. The activity is a combination of tag and a scavenger hunt to see what animal group survives the morning!

Registration is required, no walk-ins.

Ages: 6 and up

Cost: $5/child, $1/adult

Details

Date:
October 29, 2019
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am MDT
Event Category:
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Organizer

Stacey Monahan, Camp and Family Programs Coordinator
Phone:
(303) 659-4348 x18
Email:
stacey.monahan@birdconservancy.org

Venue

Bird Conservancy’s Environmental Learning Center
14500 Lark Bunting Lane
Brighton, CO 80603 United States
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Phone:
303-6594348
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