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Halloween Howl
Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 6:30pm

RSVP by noon October 24
to info@crossconservation.org or (403) 931-1042

Join us for our all ages 6th Annual Halloween Howl scavenger hunt on October 26.

Drop in between 6:30 and 8:30 pm to participate in the hunt (event runs until 9:30 pm).

This indoor and outdoor event will inspire spooks and spirits of all ages to learn about nocturnal creatures, “scary” animals, and eco-friendly ways to celebrate Halloween. You'll be rewarded with a treat once you complete all of the stages of our scavenger hunt. This year will also feature special guests from the Alberta Community Bat Program, Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation, Bow Habitat Station, Rothney Astrophysical Observatory, and so much more.

Please dress for the weather and bring a flashlight. Costumes are encouraged!

Admission is $5/person, $20/family

All proceeds go towards helping us maintain our Conservation Education Programs.

area wildlife + plants

Arctic Blue
Agriades franklinii

Habitat:  The Arctic Blue can be found throughout Alberta, except for in the mountains.  The Arctic Blue prefers open, dry, sandy places and gets its name from its large habitat range that continues all the way into the Arctic islands.

Description:  Mostly a dingy blue in color, on the underside of the hind wings can be found white spotting

Size:  25-30mm...

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