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Cranbrook Institute of Science is a natural history and science museum that fosters in its audiences a passion for understanding the world around them and a lifelong love of learning. Through its broadly based educational programs, its permanent and changing exhibits and its collections and research, the Institute develops a scientifically literate public able to cope with today's knowledge-based society. Moreover, Cranbrook Institute of Science generates the enthusiasm for learning about the natural world that will produce the scientists of tomorrow.

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Anne Snudden

I am a past trained volunteer. I am at Lola Valley Park in Redford near Ferrell, and I am hearing lots of wood frogs. Thought I would let you know!

Anne Snudden

Fenkell, not Ferrell (Damn auto correct! )

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