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Exploring Nature With Your Little

Brazos Valley Natural History Museum in Bryan, discovery room with live animals https://www.brazosvalleymuseum.org/


Looking for an outdoor activity?: Boonville heritage park: the park is home to the 1856 Turner-Peters log house, which is furnished with 19th-century items typical of Texas frontier homes. Furthermore you find the court of Brazos County and a smoke house. The park is also the site of the original Boonville cemetery The park is located at 2421 Boonville Road in Bryan. Perfect place to make pictures of wildflowers (in the right season)


At the American Museum of Natural History, virtual adventures include live YouTube watch parties like Field Trip: Mapping the Universe, on Friday, and an exploration of bat biodiversity The museum’s website and app for children, OLogy, also has enough games, projects and videos to keep the young and the restless busy all summer. Check out its zoology section to play the role of a queen wasp or learn what a tardigrade is. Funky Creatures! The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County will begin offering a 360-degree tour of its online show “Spiky, Hairy, Shiny: Insects of L.A.,” whose bugs appear in colorful close-ups. https://nhm.org/spiky-hairy-shiny-insects-la


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