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Date:
Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Time:
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Location:
Juan Tabo Library Juan Tabo Meeting Room

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Let's let our squirrel friends teach us about animal habitats!

Squirrels are perhaps most well known for “squirreling-away,” that is, gathering and storing, nuts to eat later. So, when we see busy squirrels in the fall, we tend to associate their heightened activity with gathering a food supply for the winter. However, squirrels have a lesser-known fall project that is more noticeable once the trees have lost their leaves. Like all animals, squirrels need food, water, and shelter to survive in a habitat, but we learn through this lesson that the squirrel, our animal neighbor, is especially resourceful.

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19
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19
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19
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20
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20
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20
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21
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