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Egg Hunt at Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

When

Date: 04/19/2014

Where
Attleboro, Massachusetts, United States 02703 1417 Park St.

508-223-3060

http://www.massaudubon.org/oakknoll


Good for: School


Price: $4 for membes, $6 nonmembers


Description:
Spring is the time for eggs and egg laying. We'll learn about the birds, frogs, insects and ... Read More >>
Spring is the time for eggs and egg laying. We'll learn about the birds, frogs, insects and salamanders who are laying eggs in our habitats of forest, field, lake and marsh. We'll also learn how to color hard boiled eggs with natural dyes. The teacher-naturalist will hide the colored eggs in our field and we'll see how well they are camouflaged as we try to find them. We'll then head out to the marsh to search for the eggs of birds, bugs, frogs, and salamanders!
Registration is required. Programs at 10am or 11am.
Register online at www.massaudubon.org/oakknoll or call 508-223-3060 to register by phone. Hide

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