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Winter Woodland Animals

Animals have been preparing all fall, collecting food and building winter homes. Birds and butterflies will migrate south , bears and bats will hibernate, and others will adapt to the new season. Here are some activities and books to enjoy about our animal friends in winter.

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To learn about how animals prepare for the winter,

go to nationalgeographickids .

Who's footprints are these?

Download this guide from Education.com on forest animal tracks or read 'Yogi Bear's Guide to Animal Tracks' by Mark Weakland. Create a match game using pictures of animals and footprints or plan a scavenger hunt to match the animals with their tracks. Winter is a great time to look for tracks since they are so easy to see in the snow.

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Bear Cave Craft

Use a shoe box, colored construction paper, or legos to create a special place for a bear to hibernate for the winter.

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Here are just a few of the many books about our woodland animal friends available now at the Somers Library.

Frozen Wild ~ Arnosky

Wild Tracks! ~ Arnosky

Animals in Winter ~ Bancroft

Winter Dance ~ Bauer

The Mitten ~ Brett

Wade's Wiggly Antlers ~ Bradford

Forest Tracks ~ Duffy

Time to Sleep ~ Fleming

Snoozapalooza ~ Gard

Hebernation ~ Ganeri

A Loud Winter's Nap ~ Hudson

Winter is Coming ~ Johnston

Bear and Wolf ~ Salmieri

The Bear's Winter House ~ Yeoman

Give us a call or go to our website to search the catalog for these books and more and to place an order for curbside pick-up.

These books and many more can also be found on Overdrive and hoopla.

Wait, Rest, Pause ~ Atkins

What do Animals do in Winter? ~ Felix

Not a Buzz to be Found ~ Glaser

Hibernation Station~ Meadows

Winter Sleep ~ Taylor

Winter's Coming ~ Thornhill

Animals in Winter ~ Van Voorst

Look for more news on upcoming programs from the library on Monday!

Be safe and healthy!

Vicki DiSanto-Children's Librarian Beth Levine- Library Assistant

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