May 13, 2021
A variety of children’s day classes are scheduled to begin at Zoo Idaho on June 2.
According to the posting on the City’s website:
“These short, single-day classes are perfect for children (ages 5–13) who have an investigative mind! Groups study various topics with age-appropriate activities. Registration required!
Roots to Fruits: June 2 Have a green thumb? Interested in learning about native plants and their usages? This is the class for you. Dive into ethnobotany and give it a go at cultivation your own plants.
Pollinators Nature’s Most Important Job: June 9 What is a pollinator? Why are they important? Find all this out and more as we investigate Idaho’s pollinators.
Are You Afraid of the Dark….I Mean Bats?: June 16 Find out why bats are one of the coolest mammals on earth and how important they are to ecosystems.
Birds of a Feather: June 23 If you think feathers, flying, and dinosaurs are cool than you’ll want to sign up for this adventure into the life of birds!
Wild Hunters: June 30 If cougars, coyotes, and bears are your thing, join us in this investigation into our wild Idaho hunters.”
For more information, or to register, visit: Zoo Idaho June Day Classes