Natural History Education Series: The Birds, Bees, Flowers and Trees
October 21 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Here’s your chance to touch and smell desert plants growing in the Preserve. An interactive, hands-on, science-made-fun session that will help you to distinguish unique, identifying features of many of the desert’s plants. We will start our session at Scottsdale Community College in Room SL116, then visit Toad Hall at the Center for Native and Urban Wildlife, adjacent to the auditorium, where you’ll meet and learn about some of our precious, native Sonoran Desert animals.
This lecture has a corresponding Field Study hike only available to those who attend the lecture. The Field Study date is November 5 at 8:00 am from Brown’s Ranch.
Presented by: Lisa Miller, Master Steward of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, Natalie Case, Exhibits Curator, CNUW and Sue Handke, Master Steward.