We have all kinds of cool mammals living in Kansas today: cats, dogs, horses, cows, mice, raccoons, opossums, and people just to name a few. In this program, we’ll learn about what makes mammals the furry, warm-blooded animals we know and love today. Students will get to investigate mammal skeletons, and learn about how useful teeth are in distinguishing species of mammals, and telling what they eat! We will also talk about the evolution of mammals using our Museum fossil collection and our modern zoology collection. Finally, we’ll get outside and look for different mammals, and mammal tracks, around our nature trails and by our pond!
Fees are $65 per member, and $75 per non-member.
Students must bring their own lunch.