What does a Naturalist Do?
What does a naturalist do? What does an owl eat? Children practice science process skills including observing and drawing, taking weights and measurements, and investigating specimens from the natural world. An owl pellet dissection is included and students take home their owl pellet artifacts.
This program is specifically designed for grades PreK through K.
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This program has capacity for 8-16 students per session, up to 2 sessions per day on select weekdays.
Reserved Labs do not include museum admission. If you are also wanting to explore OMSI’s exhibit halls during your visit you will need to add on museum admission tickets to your field trip reservation.
OMSI supports educators with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) requirements by providing corresponding programming, opportunities, and resources for them and their students. Reach out to learn more about specific ways that OMSI experiences align with and support science standards.