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Published: 10/12/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago


Scary Critters Class at WW Knight Nature Preserve

Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside Thursday, October 11, 2012, at W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.

Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca, right, talks to a group of children and their parents about spiders Thursday evening during the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca, right, talks to a group of children and their parents about spiders ...
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Heather Gillen, of Maumee, holds a stuffed owl for her son, James, 2, to touch Thursday evening during the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Heather Gillen, of Maumee, holds a stuffed owl for her son, James, 2, to touch Thursday evening during the Scary ...
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Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca passes out an owl wing for children to touch Thursday evening during the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca passes out an owl wing for children to touch Thursday evening during ...
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Cecelia Troyer, 9, of Perrysburg, right, helps Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca, left, display the wingspan of the world's largest bat, called a flying fox, Thursday evening during the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cecelia Troyer, 9, of Perrysburg, right, helps Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca, left, display the wingspan of ...
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Jeff Meyer, of Perrysburg, center, plays with his 21-month-old son Jonas Thursday evening while the pair attend the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeff Meyer, of Perrysburg, center, plays with his 21-month-old son Jonas Thursday evening while the pair attend the ...
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Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca holds a spider out for children and their parents to look at Thursday evening during the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca holds a spider out for children and their parents to look at ...
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Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca, center leads a group on the hunt for spiders Thursday evening during the Scary Critters class at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.  Attending children learned about spiders, bats, snakes, and owls before going on a short hike to search for a few of those same creatures outside. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wood County Park District Senior Naturalist Pamela Menchaca, center leads a group on the hunt for spiders Thursday evening during ...
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