Program Presenter: Melanie Meade, South Fork Natural History Museum Environmental Educator
A tree is a home for many different animals. Some make a nest in the branches, some live in the ground by the tree’s roots, and others make their home under the tree’s bark. We’ll listen to a poem about an old oak tree and all the creatures that make their home in it and fill our own tree with birds, mammals and insects. Materials fee $3
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