Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

A night of wildlife

 

John Verser

Parker Kudebeh, left, pets a bullsnake held by Amanda Filipi of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission at Monday's family nature night held at the Kimball Event Center. The event included many stations where children could check out wildlife of various kinds first-hand. The station above included live snakes, turtles, frogs and a salamander. Other stations included animal skins and skeletons of various types, feathers, imprinting, seed balls and more. There were also games and crafts, and door prizes were handed out. Organizations on hand Monday included the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, the Riverside Discovery Center and the Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area.

Family Nature Night, held Monday at the Kimball Event Center, included many stations where children could check out wildlife of various kinds first-hand. One station included live snakes, turtles, frogs and a salamander. Other stations included animal skins and skeletons of various types, feathers, imprinting, seed balls and more. There were also games and crafts, and door prizes were handed out. Organizations on hand Monday included the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, the Riverside Discovery Center and the Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area.

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