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Night Shift

Nocturnal critters come out to party.

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Tonight, the owls, bats, and raccoons will take over the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm for Creatures of the Nature Realm. It's a hands-on event that's sure to engage all five senses of every visitor. You'll be able to touch raccoon and squirrel pelts, listen to tapes of owls hooting, and — if you're lucky — catch a whiff of the stinky defense mechanisms some animals use in the wild.

The program culminates in a night hike through the park's Cherry Lane and Fernwood Trail, a pair of looped paths connected by a 110-foot-long suspension bridge spanning a 45-foot ravine.
Fri., Oct. 20, 7 p.m.

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