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RBG at Home Virtual Learning Live (English)

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RBG at Home Virtual Learning Live!

Gather the family to join us Tuesday afternoons for a live 30 minute session with our interpreters, learning about and connecting to the natural world around us. Whether it’s learning how animals stay warm in winter, how seeds travel from place to place, or creating natural art outdoors, your family will have the opportunity to ask questions live with our nature experts in this interactive learning experience – free to all with natural curiosity.

Tuesdays, March 2 to April 27; 1-1:30 p.m. EST

Please note: due to high demand, we are able to offer these programs to families only. Teachers, please go to for our virtual program offerings for your classroom. If you are a local school, your program may be eligible for our Green Angels funding.”

Weekly Topics:

March 2: Riveting Raptors

Hawks, eagles, osprey, oh my! Birds come in all shapes and sizes, and play many different roles in our environment. Join us to learn about raptors and what makes these birds of prey unique.

March 9: Shapes and Patterns in Nature

While nature can seem wild and random, join us as we take a closer look at the shapes and patterns that we can find all around us.

March 16: Nature Rocks

Which rock is hardest? What can rocks tell us about what our area looked like millions of years ago? Join our team as you answer these questions - and more - as we learn about the difference between rocks and minerals. 

March 23: Busy Beavers

Do a beaver’s teeth REALLY never stop growing? Is it true that beaver fur is waterproof?! Come and learn with us about these wetland engineers.

March 30: Signs of spring

As the earth continues to turn, the seasons begin to change. Join us as we explore some signs that spring is right around the corner!

April 6: Fantastic Frogs

Jump into this program all about frogs! Where do they live? What do they look like? What do they sound like? This program will have you ribbitting all day long.

April 20: Owls are a Hoot

With big eyes, sensitive hearing, and sharp talons, owls are great hunters. Join us to learn more about these birds and what they eat by exploring a real owl pellet.

April 27: Crawly Creatures

Get up close and personal with all kinds of crawly things! Learn about the difference between insects and arthropods and the important role they play in our own lives.

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