Detailed photograph of a green grasshopper on a stem, camouflaged by green leaves

Saturday, July 9  •  11AM – 1PM  •  Pre-Registration Required  •  All Ages Welcome  •  Free!

20 participants (all ages)

​​Join us to uncover the creative ways animals and insects find homes in the cracks and crevices of the natural areas around us. Creatures use hibernacula, or shelter areas, in cold months using wood, mud, leaves, pebbles and flower petals to create their homes. Many bees even make fuzzy waterproof cocoons for more than half the year before looking for flowers in spring. In this workshop, iDig2Learn founder, Christina Delfico, will share secrets of looking for shelter the way creatures do. Participants will explore the park with eyes toward finding the perfect home and then share their discoveries.

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