Have you ever wondered how adaptations help animals survive, find their food, or make their homes? Join us for a class all about animals! We will study and observe the native wildlife that lives in our park. Students will also interact with our Wildlife Ambassadors to learn first-hand about animal behavior and how animals use their senses to survive. Each day, we will spotlight a different animal and their habitat. Oliver Nature Park sunglasses and daily snack are included in registration fee. Pre-registration required by Friday May 31st at 12 pm. Note: Student drop off will be at Oliver Nature Park at the picnic tables near the front of the park. Pickup location will be at the (park administrative office) at 1164 Matlock Road, located just south of the park. We will be using conference room in the park administrative office for lessons during the warmest part of the afternoon. Parents are required to sign students in and out of class.