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Cooper Lake State Park Hosting ‘Skins and Skulls’ Educational Program on Saturday

by Front Porch News-Blake Weir

 

 

From Cooper Lake State Park:

Check out these noggins to learn about our wildlife!

There are many animals that roam these parts. Learn how they interact and what makes them each unique. We’ll talk about predators and their prey. Take a closer look at their adaptations and see them in a new light!

When: Saturday, January 4th 4:30-5:30 PM
Meet: Sunset Cove Day Use Area
Bring: Flashlight and weather appropriate clothing

Cost: Park programs are open to the public and free with park entrance fee ($5 per persons ages 13 and up; children 12 and under are always free! Park entry free with Texas State Park Pass.). No need to register — just show up!

*Events and programs are subject to cancellation due to weather, if cancelled an update will be made to this posting. Please contact park staff for more information and the latest updates.

 

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