Build a Birdhouse Event at Museum

Building birdhouses helps kids connect with nature and learn more about feathered visitors to our area. (Submitted)
The common ancestors of birds and dinosaurs will be examined in a program at the Whiteville Museum of Science. (File photo)

The N. C. Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville is back in the swing with the start of ornithology (study of birds) season.

The facility will be hosting a Build a Birdhouse program on Saturday, Feb. 19, at 11 a.m.  

Children ages 5-12 years old are invited to this outdoor event to build, decorate, and take home a birdhouse of their very own. The purpose of the project is to allow youngsters to observe birds in their own backyard. The program is part of EcoEXPLORE, the free citizen science program for kids,  so there is no charge to participate.  

The program is limited to 20 participants so those who are interested in attending should sign-up as soon as possible. Email to reserve your child’s spot. You can also learn about the program by visiting

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