wed16mar10:00 am12:00 pmHabitats for Homeschoolers - Terrific TurdsEveryone poops! Learn about how to identify different types of scat and participate in a hands on lab.10:00 am - 12:00 pm Denver Audubon Nature Center, 11280 Waterton RdEvent Type :Habitats for HomeschoolersAdmission:Paid
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Denver Audubon Nature Center
11280 Waterton Rd
PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this field trip (limit: 40 people) and complete the liability form when you register. Walk-up or impromptu participants will not be allowed.
PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this field trip (limit: 40 people) and complete the liability form when you register. Walk-up or impromptu participants will not be allowed. Other requirements are described below.
Everyone poops! Animals from earthworms, to foxes, to deer all poop and its all different. Immerse yourself in the world of poop and be able to identify an animal just by the droppings it leaves behind. During this class you will learn how to identify different types of scat and explore what its contents mean about what the animal ate. Even get hands on and be challenged to create your own scat samples out of playdough!
This event is suitable for children and is fully accessible for people with accessibility issues.
By registering for and attending this field trip, you agree to the following:
-You will self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms, even if you are vaccinated, and use common sense. DO NOT attend if you if you had recent exposure to an individual with symptoms or confirmation of COVID-19. If you have any symptoms or even suspect you could have COVID-19 symptoms, do not sign up for this trip.
-Masks Outdoors: Masks are not required outdoors. However, we encourage unvaccinated people to wear a mask when interacting with people outside their household when outdoors and maintain social distancing of 6 feet.
-Masks Indoors:-We strongly recommend everyone, including fully vaccinated persons, wear a mask in all public indoor spaces and maintain social distancing of 6 feet when interacting with people outside their household.
Photo credit: Megan Schulz