Phenology, the study of cyclic and seasonal natural phenomena, is a fascinating lens to view our world through. All of the biotic elements of our local ecosystems are interconnected in an exquisite network that is both physical and chronological. The timing of biological events in the spring is determined by forces both ancient and dynamic. Learn about these interconnected systems in Massachusetts and how the adaptability of our ecosystems is of paramount importance as climate change becomes more significant.
Interested in learning more? Join us for one, some, or all: this program is one part of a 4-session Spring Neighborhood Naturalist Series- online. You do not need to register for other sessions, or the full series, to enjoy this one. However, by registering for the series before April 12th, 2023, you'll get access to all 4 sessions for the price of 3. (April 12th: The Science of Spring, April 26th: Trees and Plants in Spring, May 10th: Native Animals in Spring, May 24th: Phenology and Connection)
Optional Fieldwork discussions 7:00-7:30pm, Wednesday June 7th.
You will receive the Microsoft Teams Link to log into the program in your confirmation. An email reminder will also be sent to you 24 hours before program start.