Magic of Feathers

FAMILY PROGRAM. Discover some of the ways birds rely on their feathers for survival, not just for flight. See images of feathers under a microscope, and meet one of our resident birds! In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Rodents Running Wild

FAMILY PROGRAM. Rodents live everywhere and come in all shapes and sizes from tiny field mice to giant beavers. Learn more about the amazing adaptations these ingenious critters have. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Backyard Birds and Insects

FAMILY PROGRAM. Awaken to the wonder of the wild in your own backyard! Meet local species and learn how you can help make your yard the perfect habitat for them. Make a seed bomb with native wildflower seeds. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Got to Get Away!

FAMILY PROGRAM. Animals have amazing survival strategies: climbing to incredible heights, digging nests and burrows, and outswimming predators. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Owl Prowl

FAMILY PROGRAM. Come dissect an owl pellet and meet a resident owl. Learn about the life cycles and amazing adaptations of these remarkable birds. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Tortoise and the Hare

FAMILY PROGRAM. Slow and steady wins the race! Meet a box turtle and a bunny that make their home at DPNC. Learn about the adaptations of these very different animals. Discover whether the fable is really true. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Animal Tails

FAMIlY PROGRAM. Learn about animals like beavers, opossums, squirrels and more. Discover how their super-powered tails help them survive in their specific habitats. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.

Pollination Appreciation

FAMILY PROGRAM. Pollinators love summer flowers! Learn about common and surprising pollinators and discover why plants are not the only ones that rely on these hard workers. In person at Museum. Advance registration and face masks required. Limited to 15 children.