Join Shaver’s Creek staff Alexa Sarussi for a free, in-person, and socially distanced morning of nature journaling.
Join us to see research in action as we learn about the ongoing newt studies at Scotia Barrens’ vernal pools and observe an array of amphibians while they’re on the move in early spring! We’ll meet at the entrance to Scotia Range Road and walk to several pool locations.
Please be prepared for muddy spring conditions with proper footwear and attire. Detailed parking instructions will be emailed to registrants.
This session will introduce participants to diverse nature journaling techniques. It will culminate with sharing our learnings and reflecting together. All ages, families, and individuals are welcome. We encourage parents to bring children who express genuine interest in nature drawing and to monitor their behavior. Youth participants must be accompanied by an adult participant.
Registration is capped at 20 participants.
This event is free and open to the public thanks to the generous support of Shaver’s Creek members.