Winter is often viewed as a time of dormancy. Although many native plants have dropped their leaves and stalled their activities, life goes on for numerous forest creatures. This month, in the Naturalist Cabin, we will focus on the features that enable small animals to survive winter’s trials. Scarce food and freezing temperatures are just part of the daily obstacles faced in Russell Forest. We will talk about how these creatures manage when we’re unable to stop shivering! You will be inspired to appreciate the wild dramas being lived out all around us.
Program is appropriate for all ages. No charge – everyone is welcome!
If you have questions for Marianne, she can be contacted at 256.496.2710 or firstname.lastname@example.org