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Nature Identification for the Amateur Naturalist

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July 7, 2023
July 8, 2023
10:00 - 4:00
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Workshop Overview

Did you ever want to be able to identify the animals, plants and fungi around you? You don’t need a biology degree! Learn how anyone can explore nature in more depth regardless of educational background. The first day will be spent in the studio exploring concepts, skills, and tools for identification. Day two will be in the field practicing using these for identifying living beings as we encounter them to gain confidence through real-world experience.

About the Instructor(s)

Rebecca is a citizen scientist and Master Naturalist with a Master's degree in counseling psychology and a certificate in ecopsychology. She is a lifelong nature nerd, and is an active volunteer with multiple conservation groups doing everything from environmental education to habitat restoration and more. 

Materials List: Students Bring

• Something to take notes with

• Any field guides you may own concerning Pacific Northwest fauna, flora, and fungi

• A smart phone with the free app iNaturalist installed

• Clothing and footwear appropriate to outdoor activities including some hiking

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