The nature of Massachusetts is filled with seasonal wonders and mysteries. Have you ever wondered what animal left tracks in the snow? What happens to pond animals under a layer of ice? Or what trees are lining the trails on your winter walks? This online program will introduce the seasonal dynamics of nature in winter, and provide ideas and resources for observing, appreciating, and supporting wildlife near home this winter. We'll also meet a live animal ambassador virtually to see and learn about its winter adaptations up close.
A portion of this program is funded through the generosity of the Alvarium Foundation.
Individuals and small groups are welcome to register. Groups with more than 10 people can arrange a private presentation, and groups rates are available.
Enrich this learning experience with a follow-up in-person sanctuary walk. Find the Nature of Winter at Drumlin Farm in Lincoln, Bluehills Trailside Museum in Milton, North River in Marshfield, Allens Pond in Westport, Tidmarsh in Plymouth, Oak Knoll in Attleboro, and more in our program catalog.
24 hours before program start you will receive login information and instructions to join this program via Microsoft Teams.