Date: Friday, Feb 12th, 2021

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

Location: Virtual
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With its beady eyes, hand-like paws, and taste for trash, some people think opossums (commonly spelled possum) are giant rats. Maybe you’ve seen a possum lurking in your backyard at night and thought something similar. But possums are worth learning about: find out why this week on our virtual field trip.

Click the link in the left margin for registration and home learning activities. 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 will work through March.

This event is part of the Young Naturalists Club, our at-home environmental education blog. Check it out for nature activities and past virtual field trips.

Are you a teacher, or part of a group of homeschoolers? Email Darcy to ask us about doing custom field trips for your students, or small group outdoor activities.

Want to stay updated on new events and activities? You can also join the Southeast Ohio Young Naturalists Club Facebook group.

(Photo Credit: Anne Davis)

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