Winter Bird Adaptations and Pine Cone Craft

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Are you astonished at the wide variety of winter birds that visit their feeders even on the coldest days? You may wonder “do birds get cold?” or “how do wild birds keep warm in winter?” There are many superb adaptations that allow them to survive our coldest UP winters.

Join us on Sunday, January 29th at 2pm for a family friendly program where you will learn about some of these remarkable adaptations.

For our younger guests, a children’s book on winter birds will be read for the first 15-20 minutes, followed by the mini program, and finally a pinecone feeder craft. Craft supplies will be provided. Peanut butter will be on site. A peanut butter substitute will available.

Suggested donation for the program is $5 for adults and $10 for families. Please let us know your coming by registering by Saturday, January 28th.

This program is recommended for adults and families.

If you are not a member, please consider a membership at the family level or above or renew your membership for 2023. MooseWood Nature Center thanks you for your support as we move forward into the New Year!

 

 

 

About

MooseWood Nature Center is an independent, non-profit organization supported by memberships, donations and grants. Our mission is to celebrate nature through education and action in the Upper Peninsula.

Hours

Sat & Sun 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
or by appointment

Phone: (906) 228-6250