Learn about nature, make a clay sculpture, and have fun at the library! In this first program, Children will learn about the incredible owls of our forests here in New England. Topics will include habitat requirements for our local birds, nesting and hunting habits, and how owl parents care for their young. Each child will create their very own owl out of clay. During this program, children will hear a story and listen and sing along with the different owl calls. Each participant will go home with a clay owl they have created and decorated.
This nature and art program is brought you by the Mass Audobon’s Museum of American Bird Art and is funded by the Milton Cultural Council.
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