Winter in Wisconsin is a season of survival for the plants and animals that must adapt and adjust to the cold temperatures and shorter photoperiod. Center Naturists Jessy Knox and Jackie Keltner will share strategies used by flora and fauna to exist in this frozen landscape. Snow and ice are important elements of the winterscape and we’ll explore their significance for the animals of the supernivean and subnivean zones. We’ll also see what incredible ice formations can be found around the wetlands and Lake Michigan. We’ll finish inside with hot cocoa around the fireplace.
Member: $15 | Non-Member: $20