|August 8, 2017|
Metea County Park Nature Center
August 8, Tuesday 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
The creek and pond are wet habitats, the marsh is an in between habitat and the forest and prairie are both fairly dry habitats. The students will study the prairie ecosystem & then apply this knowledge in the prairie. We will study the plants and animals that live in the prairie. Identifying some of the wild flower blooming there. Also, how the prairie is maintained. Dress for the weather and the mosquitoes. We will spend most of the time on the trail.
Cost: $3.00/student, $2.00/adult
Pre-register by: 8/2 Min. 5 Max. 15
To register or for more information: Email:rdivelbiss at allencountyparks.org Call: 449-3778 Ron Divelbiss