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Naturalist Explorers: Hibernation Station (1:00 – 3:00 p.m.)
Naturalist Explorers classes introduce children ages 5 to 8 to environmental and natural history topics in a fun and enthusiastic atmosphere. All classes include a short introduction inside followed by outdoor activities. Children should come dressed for the weather, wear closed toe shoes, and bring a water bottle. Parents are welcome to drop their kids off or to stay and participate with their child. Classes are offered one Saturday each month from September to May.
|Fees per student:
||$18 for members / $33 for non-members
||Saturday, November 10
||1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
||Some animals handle winter by hibernating or taking long naps. Do bears really hibernate? How do turtles stay under water for months? We’ll find the answers and won’t put you to sleep!
|This class is full and now closed to registration. Please contact the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center to inquire about available openings.|
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