Urban Ecology Field Study Workshop

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Learn to measure and monitor the ecological diversity observed and celebrated in and around New York City environs. Practice using field techniques for recording observations in nature while walking along trails in the Garden. Explore the biodiversity within your chosen study patch and incorporate methods for assessing vegetation, animal life, and habitats. You will prepare a report based on data collected and presented in class, which will become part of your final project. Prerequisites: One of the Native Flora classes AND one of the Natural History of Birds classes.

Schedule: 3 Wednesdays, 7/10-7/24 (rain date 7/31), 9am-12pm
Times: 09:00am-12:00pm EDT
Instructor: Nancy Slowik Nancy Slowik
Location: NYBG, Watson Room 319
2900 Southern Blvd
Bronx, NY 10458
Session Number: 251NAT323
Price Non-Member : $260.00
Member : $240.00
Prerequisite(s): Native Flora - Any Season
Natural History of Birds - Any Season
By signing up for this course, you acknowledge that you have successfully completed the necessary prerequisite(s).

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