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"How Animals Are Staying Warm in Winter" is set for 2-3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23 at Western Illinois University's Horn Field Campus. The workshop is open free to the public.
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How Animals Stay Warm in Winter Workshop at Horn Field Campus Feb. 23

February 18, 2014


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MACOMB, IL — Did you know that bears can live eight months without eating or drinking? That's just one fun fact you'll learn if you attend "How Animals Are Staying Warm in Winter" at Horn Field Campus this weekend.

Presented by Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration Graduate Assistant John Juliano, the workshop is set from 2-3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23 at Western Illinois University's Horn Field Campus (HFC). "How Animals Are Staying Warm in Winter" is open free to the public and is another installment of the family-friendly environmental education series of events offered at HFC.

For more information, contact Horn Field Campus at (309) 833-5798 or via email at HF-Campus@wiu.edu.

Learn more about Horn Field Campus at wiu.edu/hfc.

HFC is located south of Macomb on China Road. From South Johnson Street (past Macomb High School), turn right on China Road and follow the road one-quarter of a mile to the Horn Field Campus entrance. Parking is permitted on the HFC lot.

Posted By: WIU News (U-Relations@wiu.edu)
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