Science for Kids: Studying Snowy Plovers | SJPL | Virtual
February 10 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pmFree
Today: Science for Kids: Studying Snowy Plovers
Snowy Plovers are some of the cutest birds that live on beaches and dried salt ponds in the Bay Area. Learn about these special shorebirds and how and why scientists study them!
The program includes a hands-on activity. You will need the following supplies: an egg and a container of water that the egg fits in (like a cup or Tupperware).
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The class is presented by San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory and possible thanks to the grant from the Swantz Family Foundation.
Audience: Kids, ages 5-10 Source
- This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
- For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
- To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or Science for Kids: Studying Snowy Plovers (Virtual) in the Search Box.