Spring Break Activities Planned at Nature Station
By West Kentucky Star Staff
WESTERN KENTUCKY - The Woodlands Nature Station in Land Between the Lakes is offering special activities for families and children during Spring Break Week.

Spring Break is all about the Bugs, Birds, and Beasts at the Woodlands Nature Station, with special kid-friendly activities planned from April 3-11.

Lead Naturalist John Pollpeter invites everyone to come out and see the animals.

He said, "Come and see our giant alligator snappers, endangered red wolves, hooting owls, our bobcat, Barkley, and many of the other 55 other critters native to Land Between the Lakes up close for some cool encounters."

Some of the activities include the following special-themed critter days scheduled throughout the week:

• Saturday, April 3 - Tree Top Critters: flying squirrels, tree frogs, owls, and more
• Sunday, April 4 - Rabbits and Easter Baskets for the Critters
• Monday, April 5 - Amazing Amphibians
• Tuesday, April 6 - Incredible Insects
• Wednesday, April 7 - Marvelous Mammals
• Thursday, April 8 - Raptors, UP Close
• Friday, April 9 - Predators!
• Saturday, April 10 - Nature's Most Extreme!
• Sunday, April 11 - Radical Reptiles

Admission is $5 for kids ages 5-17, $7 for adults 18 and up, and kids four and under are free. The Nature Station is open every day in April from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m.

For additional details, call 270-924-2299 or click the link below.

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Published 09:14 PM, Saturday Apr. 03, 2021
Updated 09:34 PM, Saturday Apr. 03, 2021



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