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"Hoo" Can See at Night?

Aark is a haven for injured and orphaned birds and mammals that is run by a mother-daughter team who are leaders in wildlife rehabilitation. Learn about the different nocturnal animals, such as owls, opossums, raccoons, and bats. Find out what their unique traits are that allow them to move around, and find food at night. Tour the center after hours, see rescued nocturnal animals, and take part in a nature scavenger hunt after dark. Program can be used toward Night Owl and Animal Habitats badges. If not attending with a troop, individual girls must be accompanied by an adult for supervision purposes. Bring a flashlight and something to sit on!

Includes hot chocolate and a snack.

Date:October 18, 2013
Time:7-9:30pm
Program Level:Daisy-Ambassador
Grades:K-12
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Location:Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center 1531 Upper Stump Road, Chalfont
Fee:$11 per girl
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