Forest Field Day: Hibernating Animals and Winter Survival

Forest Field Day: Hibernating Animals and Winter Survival

Date(s) - November 7, 2024
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Hoyt Arboretum
4000 SW Fairview Blvd
Portland, OR 97221


Ever wonder where all the animals go when it gets cold outside? Join us in November to learn about some of the most commonly found creatures at the Arboretum and what they do to keep warm in the winter. What kinds of animals are hibernating? What types of adaptations do they have? What would you put in your winter survival tool kit? Students will practice their expanded knowledge through games, journaling, stories, and more

  • Program designed for and fees apply to children 5-14 years old
  • Non-participating children are free of charge
  • One adult per family is required to attend (free of charge)
  • The walks are held rain or shine so dress for the weather!
  • Registration closes Thursday, November 7th at 10:00am
  • See our FAQ page to learn more

If you qualify for an Oregon income assistance program, please email for details about discounted program rates.  In addition, you can request free Trimet passes for traveling to and from Washington Park from our partners at Explore Washington Park.

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(participating youth 5-14 yrs)
Non-member Ticket
(participating youth 5-14 yrs)

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