The Nature Mobile brings the environment to the Cedar Mill & Bethany Libraries this summer! Each visit will feature new ways for your child to explore the exciting role nature has in their lives. Your children will get to touch, smell, and see new things that will spark their imagination and grow their awareness of the world. Come to the library and discover nature’s diversity! Ages 5 and up.

Mammal Mania – Cedar Mill Library
Wednesday, June 19, 10:30am – 12pm
Discover animals big and small. Examine bones and pelts to figure out how adaptations help with survival in the wild. Investigate interactions between predators and prey.

Dazzling Dragonflies – Bethany Library Annex
Wednesday, June 26, 2:30-4pm
From being born in the water to hovering high up in the sky, the dragonfly lives an interesting life. Learn about the dragonfly life cycle and some of their amazing adaptations.

Wise Owls – Cedar Mill Library
Monday, July 15, 10:30am – 12pm
Find out what makes our local owls different from other birds and where to look for these nocturnal creatures when you are outside at night.

Woody Wood Ducks – Cedar Mill Library
Thursday, August 8, 10:30am – 12pm
From nesting in trees to swimming in ponds, learn how to recognize one of the most colorful ducks in the world, the Wood Duck, next time you see one in your neighborhood park.