Always free. Always fun.
Foster a natural curiosity in your family for science and the great outdoors with our programs for families with children aged 3-12. Experience the topic of the day through discovery hikes, stories, games, and nature art projects. Programs are led by environmental educators. Registration is not required unless designated otherwise. For groups larger than 10 people, please provide advance notice so we can plan accordingly. Programs take place both in the Bunker Interpretive Center, and out in the Ecosystem Preserve, so please come prepared for walking outside in a variety of weather conditions.
Foxes & Coyotes in the City
April 5, 2014 at 10:30 am - 12 pm
Teacher: Leah Jonker, Family Program Leader
Join Miss Leah as she reveals how coyotes and foxes survive within an urban areas. Play predator and prey games, and learn about the unique characteristics and adaptions of these major predators. This program is appropriate for families with children aged 5 and older.
Spring Break 2014
Looking for something to do during spring break? Come visit us at the preserve! As always, you are invited to stop in the Bunker Interpretive Center at your leisure. Together, children and their parents/caregivers can read a storybook or two, star in their own puppet show, play a fun game of nature bingo together, and go on a hike through the preserve. We are open Monday - Friday at 9 am - 5 pm.
We will also offer a variety of our favorite educational programs (all free!) every day during April 7-11. Check back in March for our program schedule.