Have you ever eaten a bug?…..on purpose? Are you ready to ramp up the “ick” factor and expand you epicurean boundaries? Galveston Island State Park has a family-friendly, informative, edible insect program which explores a short prairie trail and allows participants to enjoy some high-quality food along the path. Head to the state park October 14 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Over 2 billion people world-wide delight in a diet of insects, so why haven’t you considered it? Join Ranger Lisa at the Nature Center before we survey the prairie for insect friends, and taste some spicy antennae, a crunchy leg, or twitching member of the phylum arthropoda. The program is free but you must pay the entry fee for the park.
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