Park Forest, IL—(ENEWSPF)—February 6, 2017. Entangle yourself in a group-constructed woodland web of life, and discover first-hand the interdependence of producers, consumers, predators and decomposers. Which one would you prefer to be, in the end? Then dissect an owl pellet to examine just “hoo” is the predator’s prey.
The program will take place on Sunday, February 19, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Thorn Cree3k Nature Preserve. Fee for those ages 8 to 12 is $3 per person. Registration required by Friday, February 17.
This web of life program is sponsored by the Thorn Creek Audubon Society. The TCAS mission is to promote the enjoyment and appreciation of birds, to educate adults and children concerning our natural environment, to preserve, protect and restore wildlife habitat, and create awareness of local conservation issues. Find information on TCAS meetings, field trips and membership at www.thorncreekaudubonsociety.org.
Thorn Creek Nature Woods Nature Preserve is located at 247 Monee Road, Park Forest. For more information or to register for programs, please call 708-747-6320 or email [email protected]. Visit our website at www.tcwoods.org.
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