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Nature’s Nightlife

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The Nature’s Nightlife program provides a fun, but educational, interactive and safe learning experience that features 5 live animals that utilize the cover of night to master their role as the hunter or the hunted. Participants will be introduced to birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians from all around the world focusing on their unique adaptations that allow them to survive in the dark. The audience will be asked to interact with the animals through “hands-on” volunteering, question & answer and participation activities. All are guaranteed an up-close and personal experience.

from left to right: Rococo Toad, White-nosed Coatimundi, Brazilian Rainbow Boa, Barn Owl, African Crested Porcupine
*Actual animals used in the program may vary slightly from those shown based upon availability.

 

What Animal Tales will need for the Nature’s Nightlife program:
A Table is appreciated but not absolutely necessary. Animal Tales will bring all needed items for the program. We want to make it easy on you!

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