Winter Warmth Part 2 at Twin Lakes
Published 1:10 pm Thursday, December 15, 2016
A 4-5 p.m. session Saturday at Twin Lakes State Park will continue a series the park has been hosting that studies how wild animals like raccoons, birds, snakes, fish and even insects keep warm. This latest session will focus on how feathered animals stay warm. Participants will then create art that can be used to feed birds.
Children are allowed, and all participants are encouraged to dress warmly. The session will be held at the Picnic Shelter near the Cedar Crest Conference Center.