Know Your Birds, Inside and Out!
Sponsored by Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
Sat, Apr 01, 2017 from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
- Location: Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, South Wellfleet
- Audience: Adult
- Members: $8.00
- Nonmembers: $10.00
This interactive presentation by Wild Care Executive Director Stephanie Ellis will reveal how a bird works. Take a closer look at the avian skeleton and digestive, respiratory, and circulatory systems and see how they compare to those of mammals. Stephanie will also discuss some of the fascinating adaptations of birds that enable specific lifestyles, how birds respond to heat and cold stress, and more! This program is co-sponsored with Wild Care, Inc.
Instructions and Directions:
This program includes sanctuary admission for the remainder of the day.Please note our cancellation policy: In order to receive a refund, you must notify us of your cancellation at least 7 days before the program begins. If we cancel the program, you will receive a full refund. We reserve the right to change programs, schedules, and instructors, and to cancel programs due to low enrollment or unfavorable weather.
Registration is required. Register online or call 508-349-2615 to register by phone.
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