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D'Nise Hefner

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Log Rolling photoNature Stories is for children ages 3–5 years and a participating parent.

Fee: $4/child/program

Preregistration is required. To check for space availability, you may call the Blue Jay Center for Environmental Education at 919-870-4330. To register, you will need to submit a completed registration form and payment by mail or in person.

Register now for:

Feathers for Lunch
Saturday, April 25, 11–11:30 a.m. or 11:30 a.m.–noon
Learn about common backyard birds as you listen to this entertaining story of a cat unsuccessfully trying to catch a bird for lunch. Make your own puppets to act out the story. This special Songbird Celebration offering is FREE, and preregistration is requested. Limited day-of registration may be available.

Flight of the Fledgling
Saturday, April 25, noon–12:30 p.m. or 12:30–1 p.m.
Listen to a story about a Kestrel trying its wings for an exciting first flight in busy New York City. You’ll get to dress up and try YOUR wings too... This special Songbird Celebration offering is FREE, and preregistration is requested. Limited day-of registration may be available.

Feeling Froggy
Wednesday, May 20, 1–2 p.m. or Saturday, May 23, 10–11 a.m.
May is absolutely hopping at Blue Jay Point! Learn all about frogs and toads while investigating real live tadpoles.

Marvelous Mud
Wednesday, June 17, 1–2 p.m. or Saturday, June 20, 10–11 a.m.
Get down and dirty while we learn about the components of soil and what happens when you add water—mud!

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Created at 7/7/2012 1:45 PM by D'Nise Hefner
Last modified at 3/27/2015 4:35 PM by D'Nise Hefner
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