Frogs: A Chorus of Colors

February 4 – May 14, 2017

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From radiant blue to fiery red, living frogs around the world offer a glimpse of the vast palette of frog diversity. Frogs are found on nearly every environment on Earth, and they have strange, shocking, and interesting survival strategies. Check out live frogs of many hues, listen to their colorful chorus, and admire the many ways they swim, hop, glide, and soar. Hop into a frog’s world as you inspect frog habitats complete with rock ledges, live plants and waterfalls. See live frogs in action, search for hidden frogs, create a nighttime frog chorus, spin a zoetrope to see how a frog jumps, and conduct a virtual frog dissection.

The Frogs: A Chorus of Colors Member Preview is on Friday, February 3, from 5:30-9:00 p.m. Join us at this members-only event and enjoy a craft, light refreshment, and explore this new exhibit before it opens to the public. 

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Froguary

Hop on over to our pad for a whole month of ribbiting weekend programming! February becomes “Froguary” at the Academy as we celebrate our new exhibit, Frogs: A Chorus of Colors, featuring dozens of beautiful live frogs in gorgeous habitats. Learn all about awesome amphibians at interactive education stations, see real specimens, join us for special story times with Marty the Moose and a cast of colorful characters, and take home your own fun froggy craft. Check out live frogs of many hues, search for hidden frogs, create a nighttime frog chorus, and conduct a virtual frog dissection in the special exhibit. Weekend activities are free with admission, but an extra ticket is required for the Frogs exhibit. See you in Froguary!

 

Froguary Weekends: 

  • February 4–5
  • February 11–12
  • February 18–20
  • February 25–26
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