SoFo: Arachnid Tactics—How Spiders Catch Their Prey: Children 6+
Program Presenter: Miles Todaro, South Fork Natural History Museum Environmental Educator
While people generally don’t have to fear spiders, they’re one of the scariest things an insect can come across. Spiders are one of the top predators for their size and are often capable of taking down prey much larger than themselves. While most people are familiar with the webs that many spiders make, there are actually a lot of different ways spiders catch their food. Join Miles to learn more about these tiny top predators and participate in a fun spider-themed craft! Materials fee $3
Advance reservations are required. Programs free for SoFo members. Non-members: $15/ adult, $10/child 3-12 years, 2 and under free. Fees include free admission to the museum on the day of the event.
Please call 631-537-9735 for reservations and info about meeting place
Photo Credit: Miles Todaro