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Color and Camouflage

Sunday, 10/01/2023 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Series Event Location
Downsbrough Community Room

Join Discovery by Nature in exploring how plants and animals use the magic of camouflage in nature! Learn how and why animals defend themselves, how color can be used to warn or attract, and how different types of mimicry work in the wild. 

Merlin the Eastern gray treefrog proves a living example of how camouflage works! After the lesson, test your sleuthing skills in a fun game of "I Spy" from the book Animal Camouflage: A Search and Find Activity Book by authors Sarah Dennis and Sam Hutchinson.

  • Recommended for grades K and up
  • Limit: 25
  • Registration required

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