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Virtual Event

The Science of…Spiders

October 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Virtual Event
It’s natural to fear spiders, they have eight legs and many eyes, and are very different from humans. However, they do really important things and overall they tend to avoid humans. Spiders are also really good for our environment- they eat numerous other pesty bugs that you don’t want anywhere else such as your garden or your home. In this episode we will learn all about different types of spiders in Nebraska, talk about different types of webs, and discuss what to do when spiders enter your home. Because, let’s be honest everyone has spiders in their house, it’s totally normal! So join us and find out all about these eight legged weirdos in the environment.
This event is FREE, but requires pre-registration: https://outdoornebraska.zoom.us/…/tJIkcOqqqz8rG9L9CAvlh…
After registering, you will receive a conformation email with more information for the event. Then, on the day and time of the event, use the link provided in the confirmation email and password to join us.
Unable to attend a live event? Each virtual webinar will be recorded and posted to the Nebraska Game and Parks YouTube Education Channel, here you can watch past recording of the Science of as well!
Please contact: Monica.macoubrie@nebraska.gov with questions or for more information. You can also check out the events on the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s Facebook Page and the Nebraska Wildlife Education Facebook page.

Details

Date:
October 7
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Venue

Online – Zoom
Online

Organizer

Monica Macoubrie
Phone:
402-471-5363
Email:
monica.macoubrie@nebraska.gov

Time outdoors is time well spent

Nebraska Game and Parks offers a plethora of opportunities beyond events. You can get away and unwind by planning a trip to a Nebraska state park. You can catch the next big one, go wildlife viewing, plan a hunt or more. Or you can help us celebrate our park system’s 100th birthday. Go ahead: Build your own adventure.

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