Are you ready for some exotic animals? Mark your calendars for “Animal Adaptations” by Animal Wonderes on August 4th at Frenchtown Pond State Park–and it’s FREE!
Get ready for another wild program at Frenchtown Pond, this time with EXOTIC ANIMALS! Animal Wonders presents “Animal Adaptations” at Frenchtown Pond State Park on Saturday, August 4th at 7pm.
This fun, exciting program is free, open to the public and great for all ages. RSVP on Eventbrite now!
Don’t miss an opportunity to see a Southern Three-Banded Armadillo, or maybe even an Arctic Fox and more! Animal Wonders has a team of unique, exotic animal ambassadors here to teach us about animal adaptations. Who can walk up glass, smell with their tongue, have a refrigerator for a tail? Who has the best jacket, most legs, keenest eyesight? How do these adaptations help them thrive in their unique environments? Join us for a closer look at eight exotic animals and their fascinating adaptations.
Contact Jillian at 406-542-5500 or JillianLeblow@mt.gov for more information. This program is part of Frenchtown Pond State Park’s Summer Interpretive Series. For more information on events like this one visit Facebook.com/FrenchtownPondStatePark or http://stateparks.mt.gov/frenchtown-pond/