EarthFest Presents: The Science of Scary Registration

EarthFest Presents: The Science of Scary

Sunday, October 20
2 to 4 p.m.
Bright Hall

Let’s face it, some things in nature are just plain scary…or at least pretty icky. But just because something seems scary, doesn’t mean that it is!

Celebrate the fall season in a different way by learning about the science behind the things in nature that may scare you but serve an important role in their environment. All animals and insects, no matter how creepy or crawly, serve an essential purpose in their ecosystems and increase biodiversity!

Connect with the world around you by learning about skunks, spiders, predatory birds, snakes, sharks, storms, toads and carnivorous plants to name a few! The event will also include fall snacks, crafts and more!

The Science of Scary will be held in partnership with the Academy of Natural Sciences, Barn Nature Center, Elmwood Park Zoo, Franklin Institute, Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium, the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion, Tyler School of Art and local falconer Tom Stanton. Part of Temple Ambler’s EarthFest Presents series of events, the Science of Scary is a family-friendly free event designed to help learners and citizen scientists of all ages gain a deeper understanding of the wonders of nature and the amazing things that may be found right in their own backyards. What will you discover?

Information: duffyj@temple.edu or 267-468-8108.

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If you are a current Temple University student, staff or faculty member or a Temple alumnus, please add your TUid if known.