Dragonflies and damselflies are in abundance at this time of year - have you seen the dragons and damsels hiding in the bushes? Do you know where their babies live? We'll go on an adventure journey to ponds, meadows, and fields looking for naiads, skimmers and bluets. Go Dragonfly Go!
All ages welcome, up to three children per adult. $15. >>
08/01/2015 , Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary
Fee: $6 Mass Audubon Adult Members, $8 Adult Non-members, $3 Child Members, $4 Child Non-members.
Description: Learn about odonates – dragonflies and their damselfly cousins – and what makes them the engineering marvels of the natural world. An indoor presentation will cover odonate FAQs, including dragonfly form and function. We will explore outdoors for skimmers, darners, and meadowlarks, >>
Roger Williams Park Zoo salutes the men and women who serve our nation and communities with a special Day of Honor, with free admission for veterans and members of our armed forces, active and retired police, fire and ambulance personnel, and other emergency responders, as well as half price admission for up to three guests. Identification of active or retired status must be shown to receive free admission. <<
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