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Join the Nature Club, and explore the Danish mammals on this Sunday.

2017.03.20 | Lene Bekker Lassen

Date Sun 23 Apr
Time 13:00 14:00
Location Naturhistorisk Museum, Universitetsparken, Wilhelm Meyers Allé 210, 8000 Aarhus C.
Natural History Museum, AU Campus

Photo: Jesper Rais, AU

UIC International Nature Club (age group: 6-12, but bring younger or older sisters/brothers).
Keep in mind that it is perfectly alright to invite new friends over! This is an offer to all in Aarhus, Danes and Internationals.

Topic for Sunday 23 April:

Danish mammals.

This Sunday, the UIC International Nature Club provides you with an introduction to Danish mammals. You will get to know where to find them in the Danish nature, what they eat, and much more. It might not be suitable for people who are allergic to stuffed animals, as thís is what the museum will let you explore along with the explaination about the animals.

Guide: Sofie Kjeldgaard, sofiekjeldgaard@nathist.dk
Language:
English

It is free of charge, provided that you have paid the admission. Any questions ask Susanne Pfeil, 123susanne@gmx.de or Gitte Haahr-Andersen, gha@au.dk.  

Location: Naturhistorisk Museum, Universitetsparken, Wilhelm Meyers Allé 210, 8000 Aarhus C. See map on location.

Membership for adults: DKK 90/year, under age 18 free of charge.

The UIC International Nature Club will meet once a month at Naturhistorisk Museum (Natural History Museum), and is open to all inside and outside Aarhus, who likes to learn about Danish nature – and to be with others! What happens Sundays (or other days in between) will be announced as we get the news. 
Coordinator: Susanne Pfeil has offered to volunteer as a coordinator, so if you have suggestions for more events, or just want to join get in contact with her, 123susanne@gmx.de.

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