Date: Friday, Mar 26th, 2021
Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am
Vernal pools are small ponds that form in the spring and dry up in early summer when rain slows down. They resemble puddles, and fish don’t live in them. But, if you approach them slowly and quietly, you’ll notice that they are full of frog, salamanders, and life. On the next virtual field trip, we’ll investigate the residents of a vernal pool.
You only need to register once for all the winter 2021 field trips. So if you’ve attended a field trip since September, the same link at will work through March.
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Location: Chauncey-Dover Community Park Details
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