Friends of Greenwich Point host: Nocturnal Animals

Friends of Greenwich Point will host Nocturnal Animals: Living the Nightlife on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. (live-animal presentations at 2 and 3 p.m.), at the Innis Arden Cottage, Greenwich Point

Free family event — all ages welcome.

Discover the world of nature at night — meet some local nocturnal animals, as well as some from around the world.

Explore how animals use their senses to survive under the cover of darkness. Through live animals, mounts, artifacts, and activities, we’ll investigate how animals like owls, opossums, and bats find their food at night, and see how some animals can be selectively nocturnal due to weather.

Meet a live owl, short-tailed opossum, Eastern rat snake, hedgehog and more.

For more information, email the Friends of Greenwich Point Education Committee at [email protected]

Willow, a Barred Owl.

Willow, a Barred Owl.

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