What is the only marsupial to live in North America? What animal can open locks? Learn about some of these fascinating mammals that live in the forests of southern Arkansas. Investigate how these animals live, as well as the traits they share and what makes them different from one another. Then turn to your creative side and combine art and science by using recycled materials to make animal masks. Due to adaptability, these recycled materials, especially cardboard, are useful for experimentation and a wide range of artistic creations. Come to the museum and indulge your creative vision, as you make your own unique animal mask. Please call the museum at (870) 725-2877 to reserve a place. Join a park interpreter to learn about the tracks left behind by a variety of animals that live in south Arkansas. How and why are the tracks of the rabbit different than those of the raccoon? Then make your own animal tracks.