Schoodic Institute and Acadia National Park present a series of free, virtual field trips for learners of all ages.
What habitats do animals find in Acadia National Park? And how do those animals survive in their habitats? What cool birds call Acadia National Park their home? Bring your curiosity and join National Park Service Rangers to discover these natural wonders of Maine’s beautiful coast!
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays in July from 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Who: Programs are suitable for all ages, but especially for ages 5-12 years.
Join us for one or all three different programs:
- Adaptations– Explore the adaptations of different animals that live in Acadia National Park! How do these adaptations help each animal survive?
- Tue, July 7
- Tue, July 14
- Tue, July 21
- Tue, July 28
- Habitats – What makes a “habitat”? Explore three different habitats of Acadia National Park and the animals that call them home!
- Thu, July 9
- Thu, July 23
- Birds – What makes birds special? Explore the natural history of birds and learn about local bird species and their adaptations!
- Thu, July 16
- Thu, July 30