Meet the Animals at Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s “Owls and Howls”

Sat 11/9 @ 10AM

Learn more about the wildlife that’s all around us and that’s conveniently showcased at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center and Woods Garden.

The museum is hosting “Owls and Howls,” a day devoted to activities relating to the critters that live at the wildlife center. There will be games, crafts and live animal demonstrations every hour from 10:30am-2:30pm, where visitors can learn about how animals’ lives at the center are enhanced by enrichment activities and watch the animals go about the business of being animals.

At 10:30am you can check out the coyotes Red, Tex and Ember in action, with Lancelot the porcupine doing his thing at 11:30, Meeko the albino raccoon at 12:30, Rook and Roxy the American Crows and Baldy and Gandalf the Turkey Vultures at 1:30 and Linus, Calvin, and Hobbes the North American river otters at 2:30. Is there anything cuter and more playful than river otters? Nothing comes to mind!

All activities are included with regular admission: $17 for adults, $14 ages 3-18, seniors and college students with ID.

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