Meat-eaters rejoice!

August 16, 2013 

Learn how carnivores, such as the bobcat, are built to survive during Northwest Trek’s “Cool Carnivores” program this weekend.

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Visitors to Northwest Trek Wildlife Park Saturday and Sunday have the chance to learn more about carnivores.

During “Cool Carnivores,” people will have the chance to learn more about badgers and bobcats, wolves and wolverines. You can learn how carnivores are built to survive and take part in carnivore-themed activities throughout the park. Visitors also can walk along the park’s nature trails to learn the wolf’s side of the Little Red Riding Hood tale and create crafts in the Cheney Discovery Center.

All the activities are free with park admission. Admission is $19.75-$9.25, with discounts for Pierce County residents and members of the military.

The park is located off state Route 161 just north of Eatonville.

For more information, go to nwtrek.org.

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