From February 23rd all the way to May 7th, you can relive the childhood magic of exploring treehouses at the Environmental & Heritage Center’s Treehouses: Look Who’s Living in the Trees! exhibit.
Immerse yourself in an indoor tree house and explore firsthand who lives in the trees through stereoscopic viewfinders, tracking clues, natural artifacts and sounds. The lively setting will have visitors roaming from tree to tree to house as they discover the many habitats that trees provide for animals large and small-and people too!
The central component of this exhibit is a large constructed treehouse that takes visitors “into the forest canopy.” Visitors will uncover fascinating facts about what types of animals actually live in the trees, what kinds of animal clues to look and listen for in the forest and illustrate how people use trees for their homes as well. Plus, you’ll get to peak into the hidden tree homes of animals and much more!
Best of all, this exhibit is included with admission to the Environmental & Heritage center! It’s an awesome way to have a great time outside and learn about fascinating world of wildlife at the same time.