Volunteer Opportunity: Fall 2018 Phenology Study Training

July 31, 2018

Attention Citizen Scientists
Fall Phenology Study Training

Phenology refers to the study of recurring plant and animal life cycle stages and the relationship of these life cycle stages to weather and climate.  Join us in gathering phenology data to better understand how climate disruption is impacting our urban wildlife refuge.  All current citizen scientists and new volunteers are encouraged to attend one classroom training and one field training.

Sunday, September 23rd
Phenophase Classroom Training at Story Chapel from 10am-12pm

Monday, September 24th
Phenophase Classroom Training at Story Chapel from 10am-12pm

Sunday, September 30th
Field Training from 10am-12pm, meet at the gatehouse

Monday, October 1st
Field Training from 10am-12pm, meet at the gatehouse

For more information, contact:
Paul Kwiatkowski
Wildlife Conservation & Sustainability Manager
pkwiatkowski@mountauburn.org
or
617-607-1956

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