Adventures in Science

GeoDiscoveries: A Landscape for Life (Grades K and 1)

April 22, 2018 - May 6, 2018

jaguar AMNH diorama

October at Sunset • Sonora, Mexico

Did you know?
Poised on the edge of a canyon, the jaguars study a livestock corral in the shrubland below. They are seeking prey at dusk, which is typical for large predators. A jaguar's muscular, compact frame is built for strength and stealth rather than long-distance running. Its jaws can crush the skulls of small mammals and can even pierce turtle shells. For larger prey, the jaguar pounces and brings down the victim by twisting [ok?] the head with a swipe of its wide paw.

The jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas. They are almost always yellowy tan with black spots called rosettes. Black jaguars are occasionally seen in rain forests. The rosettes of black jaguars are still faintly visible.

Can you find?

  • A livestock corral in the shrubland below the canyon.

What makes one area a frozen desert and another a soggy forest? Embark on a trip across the North American continent to visit the incredible variety of biomes that support and challenge our requirements for survival.

Grades K and 1—Sunday Workshops

**Please Note: These workshops are designed for adult involvement. A parent or caregiver must accompany each child. If multiple children are registered together for the same workshop (e.g., twins, siblings, cousins), there must be one adult for each child. Along with that, you may not bring additional children.

GeoDiscoveries: A Landscape for Life

Three Sundays
April 22, 29, and May 6

1–2:30 pm

or

3:00 - 4:30 pm

$125 ($115 Members)