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Nature Toddlers: Deer in the Woods | Quarry Hill Nature Center

Can you spot a white tail against the white winter landscape? Learn all about deer and their special winter adaptations and then go on a short walk to look for signs of deer in the woods. 

Observe, listen, and feel . . . toddlers are natural explorers. Nurture that curiosity during our nature-themed classes designed for 2-3 year old children accompanied by a grown up. Classes include story, art and outdoor adventures. 

Join in monthly nature-themed classes that include story, art and outdoor adventures.  

Register for one class or the whole series! Details below.

Pre-registration required. 

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Nature Toddlers: Deer in the Woods | Quarry Hill Nature Center

Can you spot a white tail against the white winter landscape? Learn all about deer and their special winter adaptations and then go on a short walk to look for signs of deer in the woods. 

Observe, listen, and feel . . . toddlers are natural explorers. Nurture that curiosity during our nature-themed classes designed for 2-3 year old children accompanied by a grown up. Classes include story, art and outdoor adventures. 

Join in monthly nature-themed classes that include story, art and outdoor adventures.  

Register for one class or the whole series! Details below.

Pre-registration required. 

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Good Natured Kids | Quarry Hill Nature Center

Good Natured Kids classes, designed for 3 & 4 year old children and an accompanying grown up, are all about getting outdoors to explore, learn and connect to the natural environment. Explore one of the many natural wonders in nature through fun stories, crafts, hikes and yummy snacks.

6/13: Hello Little Blue

6/27: Backyard Camper

7/11: Mighty Spidey

7/25: Toadstool Town

8/8: Gimme Shell-ter

8/22: The Bugliest Bug

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Building Shared Experiences: You won’t Egret it

Robin in the rain you’re such a saucy fellow Robin in the rain mind your socks of yellow -Raffi In Minnesota, spotting the rotund orange-yellow bellies of the Robin is one of the first signs of spring. Being smarter than most Minnesotans, robins along with flocks of other migrating birds head to places with sun […]

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