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Hibernation, Migration & More - Campfire Talk

Ever wonder if a Bear truly hibernates? What about a bee? What about turtles? If you have ever wondered how wildlife survive the winter months in Manitoba, this is the program for you. Bring a mug for hot chocolate.

Where:
Park Centre Campfire Circle
When:
What:
Educational
Neighbourhood:
Spruce Woods Provincial Park
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