Upcoming Educational Events

Upcoming Educational Events

Nov 11: The Wide World of Animal Skulls & Bones An indoor class with Marcus Reynerson, 9:00am-4:30pm, $65, limited to 20 people. All animals engage with the world through their sensory perception via the skull. Through studying the evolutionary history that is evident in the structures of skulls, we can get a rich glimpse into the lives of animals. What are its dominant senses? What is its primary diet? How is this animal adapted to live in particular environments? How do you identify an animal based on its skull? These are some of the questions we will work through with wildlife and skull expert Marcus Reynerson of the Wilderness Awareness School during this in-depth daylong workshop exploring the fascinating world of the skulls and bones of some of our local species. The class is $65. Space is limited and registration is required. Contact us at 996-2870 or email us to reserve your spot.

Coyote skull kiesau Jan enews 2018
Coyote skull photo by Mary Kiesau

Nov 11: The Wide World of Animal Skulls & Bones An indoor class with Marcus Reynerson, 9:00am-4:30pm, $65, limited to 20 people. All animals engage with the world through their sensory perception via the skull. Through studying the evolutionary history that is evident in the structures of skulls, we can get a rich glimpse into the lives of animals. What are its dominant senses? What is its primary diet? How is this animal adapted to live in particular environments? How do you identify an animal based on its skull? These are some of the questions we will work through with wildlife and skull expert Marcus Reynerson of the Wilderness Awareness School during this in-depth daylong workshop exploring the fascinating world of the skulls and bones of some of our local species. The class is $65. Space is limited and registration is required. Contact us at 996-2870 or email us to reserve your spot.

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