Ecology: Ecological Pyramids

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Ecology: Ecological Pyramids

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Wednesday, October 24  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Ages 8-10

How does a diverse ecosystem support itself? How does energy move from one system to another? Just what do owls do all night long, anyway? Discover the answers to these questions, and more, by digging into an owl's leftovers - dissecting owl pellets!

Parent Note: This class will involve frank discussions of predator and prey, the investigation of what is essentially an owl hairball (sterilized!), and the skeletal remains of small mammals. May not be suitable for some children... please use your best judgement.

Class will be held in the 417 Kids Classroom, located at 916 W Atlantic in Springfield, and taught by Professor Jen. Cost for this course is $10, with a $3 sibling discount. To take advantage of this, select your number of students, and then "1" for quantity.

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