Science Saturday: Birds, Feathers, & Flight Saturday, July 26th 11am-3pm
How do feathers help a bird fly? Whatís the wingspan of a California Condor? Why do some birds have long bills while others have short, sharp beaks? These questions and more are answered at this monthís Science Saturday! Participants can conduct experiments with bird feathers, see what itís like to eat like a bird, and make a window cling to take home and help protect birds in your neighborhood. Thereís a lot to explore during this day all about wings, nests, beaks, and birds! Participants can also meet our special guest Deedee, a Red-tailed Hawk from the Monterey County SPCA Wildlife Rehabilitation Center from 1:00-1:30pm during the event. Deedee and staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about raptors and birds. Participants are welcomed to drop in anytime between 11am and 3pm during this free event. Museum admission is free for ALL guests on Science Saturday! Located at the Museum of Natural History, 165 Forest Ave. in Pacific Grove.