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Owl Prowl January 25, 2020-Clarkston

Some of the most beautiful moments in nature can only be viewed by the light of the moon. Search for some of nature’s most fascinating nocturnal creatures – owls. Learn about the types of owls found in Michigan and how to recognize them by their voices, then head out for a chance to see them […]

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Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows-Wayne State University

“Come and gather under the dome for a planetarium show at Wayne State University! Located in room 0209 Old Main, students will do some hands-on demonstrations, give you a live star talk about the current night sky and their favorite astronomical objects, and follow up with ‘Phantom of the Universe: The Search for Dark Matter’ […]

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Hoot-en-anny January 18, 2020-Madison Heights

Learn about owls through a presentation and dissection of an owl pellet. Make an owl mask to see through the eyes of an owl, then head outside for an owl hoot hike, calling for owls and observing creatures of the dusk. $10/person. Preregistration with payment required. Call 248-858-0916 weekdays or Red Oaks Nature Center on […]

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Life Under the Snow January 18, 2020-Clarkston

With the arrival of winter, our world can become covered in snow and ice. Some animals head south while others sleep the winter away, but how do the animals that stay active survive the winter months? Discover the adaptations that help these animals endure the cold and snowy season, then take a winter walk and […]