Saturday, April 5: Bone Appetit

Whether you're a nature enthusiast or just a pun lover, you've got to appreciate this feeding-time event at the west-suburban Trailside Museum. The naturalists invite you to learn about the resident predators&#8212great horned owl, red-tailed hawk and red fox&#8212as they feed the animals lunch. It's a rain-or-shine event, so dress for the weather.<br>When: 1 p.m.<br>Where: Trailside Museum of Natural History, 738 Thatcher Ave., River Forest (708-366-6530, <a href="http://fpdcc.com/nature-centers/hal-tyrell-trailside-museum/">fpdcc.com</a>)<br>Cost: Free

( Photo: Forest Preserves of Cook County )

Whether you're a nature enthusiast or just a pun lover, you've got to appreciate this feeding-time event at the west-suburban Trailside Museum. The naturalists invite you to learn about the resident predators—great horned owl, red-tailed hawk and red fox—as they feed the animals lunch. It's a rain-or-shine event, so dress for the weather.
When: 1 p.m.
Where: Trailside Museum of Natural History, 738 Thatcher Ave., River Forest (708-366-6530, fpdcc.com)
Cost: Free

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