Saturday, October 14, 2017 - Our first ever Oktoberfest fundraiser was a huge success! Thank you everyone who came out and celebrated with us!
Beavers are completely designed for life around the water. They have special membranes across their eyes that act like goggles. Their fur is waterproof. Their feet, back feet, are webbed and they’ve got that flat tail that acts like a rudder.
This mystery object blew the others out of the water in our visitor poll to select future objects to feature as the Artifact of the Month. So, what is this mystery object? Try to guess before reading ahead.
When you think of forests, you may think of trees, lumber, or animals, but there is an astonishing variety of forest products which might surprise you. Learn more in our new exhibition, Forests of Fortune, located within the Mill Building at Paul Bunyan’s Forest Camp.
Lorikeets are often referred to as the “clowns of the Parrot world”, due to their playful nature. These colorful little birds love to interact with our guests, so come down and visit them at Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s Parrot Playhouse!
Today, we rely on our telephones for everything from communication to amusement. This rotary dial phone may seem a little clunky and old fashioned, but it was positively modern in the 1940s.