PITTSBURG, Kans. — It’s a lesson within the nice outdoor for younger college students in Pittsburg. The Pittsburg State Natural History Reserve is internet hosting first by means of third graders in its annual Nature Reach Day Camp.
Today, kids targeted on studying about birds. Everything from the issues that make them distinctive, like beaks and wings to what they eat.
Nine-year-old Hayden Roberts came upon simply how completely different some birds could be.
“Some other birds really don’t have wings and they can be really fast,” mentioned Roberts.
“I hope by the end of the week the kids are going to be pretty excited about being outside. Some of them start the week a little bit nervous saying ‘oh I’ve got bugs on me’ or something like that and they end up having a really great time. I hope that they will like the unloved animals like snakes or bats,” mentioned Delia Lister, PSU Nature Reach Dir.
This is the second day camp of the summer time for the PSU Natural History Reserve.
It will host the third and ultimate camp subsequent week for sixth and seventh graders.