Breakfast with the Beasts
February 13, 2016
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Learn what the animals eat
for breakfast and share their food. Have your picture taken with
an animal. Get tattooed and make a take-home craft. $5.00 per child; adults free.
Experience the wild world of nature in the heart of Kansas
City, Missouri. Lakeside Nature Center, located in Swope Park,
at 4701 East Gregory Blvd, exhibits wildlife native to the area, offers educational programs,
coordinates community conservation projects, and is one of
Missouri’s largest wildlife rehabilitation facilities.
Call us at (816)
513-8960 or email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have an
orphaned/injured animal that needs care, please call us at (816)
513-8960 and leave a message. You will be contacted
shortly and given instructions on what to do.
Tuesday through Saturday, 9 AM to
Sunday, 11 AM to 3 PM (Starting 9/19/10)
The hospital is staffed every day of
the week. You may bring animals
Monday through Saturday from 8:30 to 4:30
Sunday from 8:30 to 3:30
What to Do For Injured or Baby Animals
If you have a Missouri animal in need, please call the Center
(816-513-8960) and leave a message. You will contacted
shortly and given instructions on what to do. If you don't
receive a call back or the animal is truly needs help, bring it to Lakeside Nature Center
by 4:00 pm, (3:30 on Sunday and Monday), or after 9:00
a.m. the following day.
More info here.
Saturday at 10:00
with the Beasts
February 14, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Hike with a Naturalist
hikes are completed for the year -- it's getting cold!
We need suet cakes for
the bird feeders
Learn about our current patients
What happens when you bring an
animal to the Nature Center
The Nature Center needs dog food
(both dry and canned), cat food (both dry and canned), black oil sunflower seed, raw peanuts,
and Niger seed. Towels of
all sizes are always needed in the hospital. Please drop off
your donations at the center. Check the
wish list page for other
items the center needs.
Click to see
Stop by the center and watch all the birds through our library
windows. We even have binoculars so you can see everything
Owls of Missouri
Meet our Resident Raptors
Nest Box Plans
Fox Hollow Map
My First Bird List