Bugging out at SCB

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Bugging out at SCB
St. Charles Borromeo School kindergarten and first grade students were recently visited by Curtis Akey from the Audubon Nature Institute’s Bugmobile.

The presentation explained what makes a bug an insect.  During the visit, each child was given the opportunity to touch a full-grown female Malaysian nymph, or walking stick bug. 




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