Who are naturalists? What skills do they have? Where do they work? When can you call yourself a naturalist? Why do they love what they do? How do you sign up to be one?
We’re inviting all Cortes youth, 9 years and older, to this exciting, interactive workshop!!
Have you ever used a dichotomous key, explored a snail under a dissecting microscope, studied a mammal skull, identified a bird by its song or come to know a moss by its Latin name? Learn how to use binoculars, a Ruper lens & compass and learn the basics of field observational skills... and more!
Linnaea Education Center
Saturday, April 9, 2016
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 pm
Pack a lunch & dress for the weather; we’ll be outside & inside!
Facilitated by Sabina Leader Mense.
Questions? 250 935 6467
Sponsored by the Forest Trust for the Children of Cortes Island Society (FTCCIS) www.corteschildrensforesttrust.org