|Skulls and Tracks|
|Date||Wednesday August 9, 2017|
|Time||7:00 PM - 8:30 PM|
Makoshika State Park
|Description||Join us on Wednesday August 9th at 7 pm for Makoshika State Park¿s Campfire Program: "Skulls and Tracks". George Clokey is a professor of Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He will be doing a presentation on mammal skulls and what they can tell us about the animal. He will also be helping participants make plaster castings of mammal tracks that participant can take home. Please wear clothes that can get dirty. This program will be geared toward children, so bring out the family for a fun night of learning. This program will take place at the Lion's Camp A-Frame.
A campfire program schedule is available at the Makoshika Visitor Center.
Contact Sue Veroye at (406) 377-6256 for more information.