- By Christina Lewis
- Posted Monday, June 28, 2010
Central Library is bringing the NC Zoo to you!
Join us for a certifiably “wild” time at the Library. The crew from the NC Zoo will be on hand to tell us all about life in the wetlands through meeting live animals and hands-on activities.
Wetlands provide essential habitat for many diverse species -- fish, wildlife and plants. In North Carolina, more than 70 percent of the species listed as endangered, threatened or of special concern depend on wetlands for survival. Waterfowl, fish, birds, mammals and amphibians all live in wetlands, and you just might see some of these creatures up-close and personal during your library visit.
Not only will we learn about the wetlands and their inhabitants, we will also learn how to protect and care for them to ensure they can be enjoyed for years to come.
Groups must call to register: (336) 703-3040.
July 6th at 2:00 pm