The Environmental Studies Center is inviting you to come see all they have to offer!
The humans... and animals... at the center are holding an open house this Saturday, May 4th from 10am to 3pm. Admission is free! The Center is located at 6101 Girby Road (Between Burns Middle School and Infirmary West).
There are so many things the Center has to offer:
Picture with Ed the Owl from 11 am – 1 pm
Gift Shop, Bake Sale, Ice Cream, and Concessions Sales
Here's a more detailed activity agenda:
10:15 AM - DEER TALK (at deer exhibit cage)
10:30 AM - STARLAB PROGAM (Auditorium A)
11:00 AM - WATERBIRD TALK (at water bird exhibit by pier)
11:30 AM - MOBILE BEEKEEPERS TALK (on porch)
12:00 Noon - RAPTOR SHOW (Amphitheatre, by lake)
1:00 PM - EAGLE TALK (at eagle exhibit)
1:30 PM - STARLAB PROGRAM (Auditorium A)
2:00 PM - REPTILE SHOW (Classroom/Exhibits
2:30 PM - ALLIGATOR FEEDING (Alabama Reptile Exhibit Outside)
3:00 PM - GROUNDS CLOSE
For more info on the Studies Center visit:
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