Valentine’s Day is this Sunday, so this week we’re taking a special look at animals and how they attract mates, both in real life and in stories. First up, we have a wonderful classic story time. Click the thumbnail above to watch Rebecca read “Worm Loves Worm” by J. J. Austrian.
Love is in the air, quite literally for some animals. Dragonflies zip through the air, butterflies dance in flight, and frogs send songs soaring in search of mates. Ever wonder how these animals court one another? Click here to learn how these three animals find their mates.
Birds communicate in incredible ways! You can too with our guide to how sandhill cranes, wild turkeys, and the American woodcock move and groove to find a mate or find a meal. Click here to learn the secrets to these bird dances!
The Curiosity Club is gearing up to meet again this Saturday! Join them then to explore bugs up-close with scientist Allen. Or, register for our February 24 session to get a closer look at turtles! These sessions are perfect for scientists ages 5-9. Click here to learn more and register.
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