Close out our hawk watching season with a presentation on this year's results!
Learn how to attract songbirds to your backyard in winter and participate in community science to help count them!
In the third workshop of our Ecological Landscapes series you will learn how to grow healthy plants from seeds.
Join us for the opening of an exciting new wildlife photo exhibit and fundraiser in Kiernan Hall by photographer Deirdre Corcoran Foote!
Help monitor winter bird populations and take part in the longest-running Community Science bird project in the world
In the second half of this program in our Ecological Landscapes series we will continue to learn how to grow healthy plants from seeds.
In the eighth workshop of our Ecological Landscapes series, we will learn how an ecological pond can add to the esthetics of a garden and how to ca
In the sixth workshop of our Ecological Landscapes series, we will list the needs of plants: sunlight, nutrients, moisture and soil characteristics
In the seventh workshop of our Ecological Landscapes series, we will review the principles that we learned in the previous “Needs of Plants” class.
In the fifth workshop of our Ecological Landscapes series we will learn how plants in nature are protected from pests by the biological processes o
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