New interactive offering for children 6–7 years old: Do owls have teeth? How and what do they eat? Together with a Museum instructor, participants will learn about the most common owl species in our area, what they like to eat, and what calls they make. Bring your sleuthing hat because you will solve the mystery of what one owl ate by dissecting your own owl pellet at home!
Each live program will come with an interactive kit that contains materials for the child to use during the class. All activities encourage the development of skills in scientific observation and thinking.
Participants Need to Provide:
- Computer or tablet with a microphone and camera
- Internet connection
- Access to Zoom
- A pencil
- A notebook or paper for observations
- Area in front of the computer to do activities on a table
- Access to a trashcan
- Access to a sink to wash hands
Kit Delivery Options:
All registrants will be given the option to select either “Museum Pickup” or “Ship to Home” at checkout. If you select “Ship to Home,” your kit will be mailed at least one week prior to the start of the program to the mailing address you provide (kit shipping is included in the program price). If you select “Museum Pickup,” your kit will be available at the Museum Store one week before your program date. Registrants who select Museum Pickup will receive a $5.00 gift card to the Museum Store! The gift card is valid at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Museum Stores for online or in-person shopping only, and not valid for Cafe or other Museum purchases.
Registration is closed for this program
Registration Deadline: Monday, December 7, 8:00am.
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