Creature Feature: Beautiful Birds

Saturday, April 20, 2019 @ 9:00am
Discovery Place Nature
Presented by Discovery Place Science

Join us at Discovery Place Nature as we celebrate the beauty of birds. You may hike with a Naturalist on the Paw Paw Nature Trail, learn our native bird calls, discover bird beak adaptations and meet some birds and local organizations doing their part to conserve these species. The event will also include ongoing crafts, puppet shows, animal encounters and story times.

Please visit the Museum website for more information. 

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Free with admission

Saturday, April 20, 2019 @ 9:00am · add to calendar 2019-04-20 09:00:00 2019-04-20 12:00:00 America/New_York Creature Feature: Beautiful Birds Discovery Place Nature, 1658 Sterling Drive, Charlotte, NC, 28209

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Discovery Place Nature

1658 Sterling Drive
Charlotte, NC 28209
704.372.6261 phone

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From Discovery Place: Take 7th Street east. Turn right on Kings Drive. Kings Drive becomes Queens Road West at a traffic intersection. Continue on Queens Road West. Turn right onto Princeton Avenue and right onto Sterling Road.

From I-77: From I-77, exit Woodlawn Road (Exit 6A). Bear right onto Woodlawn and drive east for two miles turn left on Park Road. Drive north on Park Road for one mile and turn right on Princeton. Turn left on Sterling Road and right into the museum.

From Highway 74 headed west, take Independence Boulevard to Kings Drive. Take a left on Kings Drive, which turns into Queens Road West at East Boulevard. Take the next right onto Wellesley. Turn left on Sterling Road. The Nature Museum is on the right.