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Recording phenology: tracking changing life cycles in a warming world
April 13, 2022, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Powdermill Nature Reserve
Join researchers Abby Yancy and Dr. Mason Heberling from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Section of Botany to learn about their ongoing research on climate change’s impacts on the timing of plant flowering, or phenology, in our region. This interactive workshop invites community members to contribute to this research through Nature’s Notebook, an online platform where anyone can upload their observations of plant and animal life cycles to a national database. In this program, you’ll learn how to record these types of phenological observations and set up a long-term monitoring site in your backyard or beyond.
This program is currently available both in-person at Powdermill Nature Reserve in Rector, PA and via Zoom. Please register for either in person or virtual attendance below.
In-Person Attendance at Powdermill
1795 Route 381
Rector, PA 15677
Virtual Attendance via Zoom
Zoom link will be emailed to you