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  • Feb. 16, 2021 through Feb. 19, 2021, 11am, 1pm, and 3pm
  • Garvies Point Museum
  • 50 Barry Drive, Glen Cove
  • Young elementary, Tween, Teen, Adult
  • Included with admission: $5; $3 children 5-12 yrs

Tuesday: WATER SNOW & ICE WALK,  Why does winter occur? How do snowflakes form? What are some interesting properties of snow and ice? Explore the field and woods plus learn some cool snow experiments! 

Wednesday: ANIMAL SIGNS & TRACKS WALK, Be a nature detective! Signs of animal activity are everywhere you look in the field and woods, all you need to do is use the power of observation. How do animals survive the cold of winter? Learn to identify common animal tracks with or without snow on the ground! 

Thursday: TREES & PLANTS IN WINTER WALK, Looks can be deceiving; even though trees look dead in wintertime, they are still living! How do herbaceous plants survive the winter? Learn the answers plus how to be a twig detective & more! 

Friday: WINTER BIRDS WALK & BIRD FEEDERS, How do small animals like birds survive such cold weather? Learn about interesting adaptations as we discover our resident birds who live at the preserve all winter long. Plus, learn how to attract birds to your yard using bird-feeders.

About Garvies Point Museum

50 Barry Drive

Glen Cove, NY