Program Leader: Taylor Ruhle, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Environmental Educator
In the wild, animals cannot call the local pizzeria and grab a slice of pizza for dinner. Instead, they must find or hunt for their food. How does a fox hunt? Why do they eat meat? Are rabbits picky eaters? Join Taylor to learn about predators, prey, and their importance in the wild. After that, we’ll play a game to demonstrate a predator/prey relationship.
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