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The animal area is ok not a lot to see. Also not pet friendly so don't bring your dog to walk around.
It's free and there are live animals to observe including a hive of bees. What's not to love?
Where's the bee queen?
Take a hike...start at the back of the Birds of Prey exhibit.
Explore natural science specimens and add to your own collection through the Naturalist Workshop and Trade Counter!
If you lose something, someone might have found it and took it to lost and found
Bring your trash bags to pick up trash in the preserve
The passport detective thing has ended ( a couple of years ago). Don't ask about it- current staff was befuddled
Nonprofit community center provides nature exhibits and natural science education resources. Includes rescued wildlife, such as wild cats, birds and skunks.
The bee hive is gone! :(
Great destination for kids.
Head over to the animal enclosures and see if you can spot one of our newest editions Ned the nutria.
Go find the monkey skull in the Dino pit, most paleontologists give up within an hour!
Grab a detective pack at the visitors’ desk and hot-foot it down the Eco-Detective Trail to see how many indicators of wildlife you can discover around the pond. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
Step One: Have kids collect items (rocks/shells/bones)Step Two: Take them to Trade CounterStep Three: Get points for donating items.Step Four: Use points for new items.