Clyde Marsteller, certified Virginia master naturalists, Historic Rivers Chapter, will unpack a suitcase-sized menagerie of insects at New Quarter Park on Saturday, June 1, from 10 a.m. to noon, for kids of all ages to inspect up close.
Come see all of the amazing, colorful, and chatty creatures he tends to in his zoo and listen to stories about their exploits, recommends a news release about the event During the program, Marsteller will explain that insects once ruled the earth and are still vital to our survival.
After inspecting the insects, Marsteller will take participants on a walk in the forest to look for insects in their natural habitats and see how these decomposers turn trees and leaves into healthy soil.
New Quarter Park is located in upper York County at 1000 Lakeshead Drive, next to the Queens Lake neighborhood, off the Colonial Parkway. For more information, please call Parks and Recreation at 890-3500.
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