Watch & Learn | Weathering Winter
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Join us for a fun "Weathering Winter in Montana" series made for families!
Together, we'll watch a fan favorite Wild Kratts episode together and then our team from MTPBS and the Montana Science Center will join you via live video to share activities, interactive questions, book ideas and more that pair with each of the episodes.
Today, join the Kratt brothers to learn about wintertime creature adaptations. Forest creatures like otters, snowshoe hares, lynx, and even porcupines are active during the winter. Some birds, like blue jays and chickadees, don't travel south for the winter. They stick around, forage for food, and use their layered feathers to keep warm.
Our Watch and Learn series was launched via a partnership with MTPBS and the Montana Science Center.
Wild Kratts - Exploring the American Wildlife in Winter
Watch the Kratt brothers rescue and discover creatures in the snowy American wildlife. Subscribe to the official Wild Kratts channel for a brand new video every Wednesday! Check out the official Wild Kratts website for more creature adventures: www.wildkratts.com/ #WildKratts
- Laura Dick
Digital Content Manager, MTPBS
- Deanna Mydland
Early Learning Specialist, MTPBS
- Sarah Snider
Program Coordinator, MSC
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