Hatching fun at Audubon egg day

Audubon’s Erica Clark showed Sophie Natt and Nora Warren some frog eggs and tadpoles in a jar of pond water as the two attended an education program on Saturday, April 20. Photo by Cordelia Schiller

SHARON — On Saturday, April 20, at the Audubon Center in Sharon, Erica Clark confirmed that bunnies do not, in fact, lay eggs. 

Clark was leading an educational program about eggs when the question arose. The program drew two young naturalists, Sophie Natt and Nora Warren, to learn about all things egg-related.

To start off, Sophie, age 6, defined eggs: “They are little things that are oval shaped and they have something in them, like a baby animal or candy.” 

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