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Skins and Skulls

2:00p to 3:00p
Sat, August 31, 2019
Cody Edwards
(903) 465-1956, x237

Fur and bones can tell us a lot about how the wildlife of our park! Do you want to come see how our wildlife survives?

The skins and skulls of wild animals can tell us about how an they live.

Who: Skins and Skulls is opened to anyone who is interested in touching animal skulls and furs as a way of learning about the wildlife that calls Eisenhower State Park home.

When: Saturday, August, 31 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

Where: Cedar Hollow Pavilion

Expect to: Learn about how the wildlife that our park protects lives and thrives in the Blackland Prairie and Cross Timbers ecosystems.

What to Bring: Water! Don't forget to apply sunscreen, and bug spray before coming out.

Program free with paid park admission. Park admission is $5 per person 13 years of age and older. Please keep in mind that outdoor programs are subject to cancellation due to weather.

Please email cody.edwards@tpwd.texas.gov if you have any additional questions.

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