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Winter Education and Activities in Morris County Parks!
EXPERTS ONLINE: TRICKY TRACKS
Winter is a
great time to learn who has been out & about in nature. Learn
to identify some common tracks that are routinely seen this time of year.
FREE. Preregistration is required.
SCHOOL DAYS: WATER HABITAT
live in different kinds of water habitats. Discover how some plants
can survive under the water, how they photosynthesize, and how they
interact with other water creatures. Click here
to learn more.
per person (includes a materials fee). Preregistration is required.
virtual program, meet our resident creepy crawlies and learn what makes
an insect an insect. Can you conquer the insect true or false
challenge? More info
per household. Preregistration is required.
SCHOOL DAYS: WINTER BIRDS
around the feeders to learn how to identify our winter resident
birds. Learn the correct way to use binoculars, and find out how
you can be part of ongoing citizen science that helps to determine the
health of bird populations. Find out
per child. Preregistration is required.
Lunch and Learn:
VIRTUAL LUNCH & LEARN
12 noon – 12:45
February 25 – Top Ten
Gardening Questions Answered and More!
How do I prune my hydrangeas?
How do I prune my clematis? Is it time to divide my peonies? These and
other common garden questions will be answered by Ann Fahey, Superintendent
of Horticulture Education. Email Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org by February
18 and she will add your questions to the presentation.
March 11 – Fashion Through
In celebration of Women’s
History month, join Museum Registrar Katie Humphreys as we take a virtual
tour through the changing face of women’s fashion over the past two hundred
years. Discover why certain choices became fashionable, learn how to
identify what decade a dress is from, and get a sneak peek at how our
museum professional staff preserves these delicate pieces for the
March 18 – Be Bear Aware
Black bears are an important
part of our natural world, and all New Jersey residents should know how to
react if they encounter one of these amazing mammals. An interactive
multimedia presentation, bear artifacts, and a fun simulation activity help
participants to better understand black bear history, adaptations, life
cycle, diet, and needs.
March 25 – Wildflowers of
Join members of the Rockaway
Valley Garden Club as they virtually tour the Tourne Wildflower Trail and
discuss spring ephemerals and other native flowers.
Click here for more information about
virtual home school programs.
Cost: $10 per
person. Preregistration is required.
Look What’s Coming:
FAMILY SWAMP STROLL
with a peaceful nature walk at the Great Swamp, learning about the
wildlife and plants along the way. Learn more
Cost: $5 per
person, age 3 & up. FREE per child under age 3. Preregistration
FAMILY FARM STROLL
Take a walk
on the farm, learning about the history of the area and the animals that
live there! Check it out!