Thursday, March 8, 2018

The Wilds Science Symposium


The Wilds, a place that I've covered numerous times on this blog, is hosting a science symposium on Saturday, March 24, at Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio. Can't beat the price - it's free! Experts will be speaking about pollinators, prairies, salamanders, grassland birds, and more. Should be a great time, and a very educational experience. The conference site is very near The Wilds, and attendees might consider staying over and birding the area the following day. CLICK HERE for information about birding this area.

For complete information and registration, CLICK HERE.

1 comment:

Margo Nuce said...

I live on 30 acres just outside of Mount Vernon, Ohio. I just spotted a large white spot high up in one of our trees. Have never seen before. Got out my binoculars. I believe it was a white snowy owl. He sat there for a few minutes and flew away towards the woods. I read you were tracking sightings. This really excited me because I have never seen one in the 40 years I have lived here. I wants to share.

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