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Thursday, 09 February 2012 10:51
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Brothers T.J. Materni, 4, and Jake, 2, of Perrysburg, with naturalist Jim Witter look for a fish in an artificial creek in the “Outside is In” exhibit sponsored by Wood County Park District at W.W. Knight Preserve near Perrysburg. The exhibit, open until March 11, offers activities to help kids learn about nature. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE

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Children from WSOS Preschool on Tuesday explore the “Outside is In” exhibit at W.W. Knight Preserve in Perrysburg. The exhibit, which runs until March 11, promotes the Leave No Child Inside of Northwest Ohio program. This is a recently-created coalition meant to encourage residents to get outdoors. Visitors to the Wood County Park District exhibit can play in a tree house, explore a wetland, search for fossils and go camping. There is also an outside component where participants can take an “adventure pack” outside on the trails or become a live bird feeder.
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