ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Quary Hill Nature Center celebrated Earth day with an open house featuring Minnesota's "Most Wanted" animals on Monday.
Visitors who were willing to brave the weather tested their knowlede on the Animal Survival Trails and play on their lifesize outdoor game board.
The "Most Wanted" Animals-- those most in need of protection-- are appearing in live shows. Organizers say it's a fitting way to recognize Earth Day.
The nature center will be running earth week events all week.
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