Trivia Night at The Trust: Sensational Songbirds

March 21 at 2:00 PM

Just in time for baby season, and the return of all our colorful songbird friends, is our third trivia session. This time, we will be asking questions about songbird diets, habits, and habitats, highlighting what makes these birds so special. This quiz-style competition will include two rounds of questions and the opportunity to meet one of our education birds.

Space is limited. Click Here to register!

$10/person, Ages 14+

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Sun, December 22
2:00 pm — 3:30 pm
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March 21 at 2:00 PM

Just in time for baby season, and the return of all our colorful songbird friends, is our third trivia session. This time, we will be asking questions about songbird diets, habits, and habitats, highlighting what makes these birds so special. This quiz-style competition will include two rounds of questions and the opportunity to meet one of our education birds.

Space is ...

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