Join us during Science Literacy Week for a fun-filled outdoor Wild Family Nature Club that includes games and sensory activities to bring participants up close and personal with pollinators and the plants they interact with. Participants will visit two pollinator gardens on McGill campus to learn about pollination and why it’s important, explore the different interactions between plants and their pollinators, and discover the different ways that plants can attract pollinators.
For ages 6-8 with adult. Free, courtesy of the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF). Meet on the museum front steps.
Advance registration is required here.
Please dress for the weather, including sunscreen and a hat if applicable, and bring a water bottle.
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