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Educational Nature Posters - Small

Size - 8 1/2" x 11" . Each set includes 15 different posters. Reserve a special place on the wall for these colorful posters that educate children and adults about the great variety of life found in our national forests. These posters are available in two sizes, and serve as a bright reminder of Smokey’s friends and partners in fire prevention. Each set includes the following: Trees, birds, mammals, invertebrates, nests, tracks, butterflies, wildflowers, insects, fish, snakes, mushrooms, herbs, leaf types, and a special “Don’t Light Up the Night” poster featuring nocturnal species.
SKU: 92052
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