There are millions of species of animals in the world, and each one of them has special adaptations to set them apart from all the rest. From physical adaptations such as beaks, claws, and blubber, to behavioral adaptations such as pack hunting and hiding, there are tons of ways that animals have evolved to get ahead. During this workshop we will explore some of the behaviors and physical characteristics of predator and prey animals, using our local wetlands inhabitants as examples.
Join us on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for Science on the Bayshore at the Bayshore Center at Bivalve! During these workshops, we will be teaching bite-sized, hands-on, fun lessons about the Bayshore.