We will be offering 2 Chewonki presentations this year, the first at 1 p.m., the second at 2:30 p.m.
This Chewonki Traveling Natural History program focuses on predators in the context of food webs and natural cycles. We learn some common myths about predators and the problems they face. Participants will have the opportunity to study mounted animals and see three live, non-releasable predators.
Due to the popularity of the Chewonki programs, we ask that you pre-register at the library for one of the 2 sessions offered. Space is limited. Call 925-3177