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Western Connecticut Watershed Symposium: Health of our Rivers and Lakes
Monday, September 30th, 7-9 pm.
This is the first seminar of several throughout the academic year.
CT Bird Atlas Volunteer Appreciation Event, October 5, 2019, 10:00 to 12:00 at Hammonasset State Park.
Come enjoy a fall morning with food and beverages. We will present a preliminary review of two years of bird breeding data.
Upcoming Events: Date TBD
Skywarn Weather Tracking Training Fall 2019
Frog Watch Training @ the Maritime Aquarium. Become a citizen scientist collecting data about local frogs. Spring 2020
More events, WCSU
We encourage you to attend Western Connecticut State University events open to the public… more information.
Chat with a Hero—The Murphy Jones Story
Connecticut Bird Atlas Volunteer Appreciation Fall Get Together Oct 7, 2018 from 12 to 3 PM at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Pavilion 4.
We will: give updates of the Atlas Project, data, trends and stats; present the winter survey protocol; and present awards and door prizes. Refreshments will be served. Stay tuned for more announcements.
Skywarn Training Program
September 18, 2018
In light of recent weather events, Finding Our Way NOAA family program, the National Weather Service, the WCSU Weather Center, along with the Sigma Xi chapter, sponsored a Skywarn Spotters Training Program… more information.
|We’ve done so much this year!!! At our holiday gathering will see photos from our summer activities and Wallops Island, and visit with each other… more information.
Climate Change Lecture
A fascinating series of lectures about “Climate Change and Human Civilization” on Wednesday, February 7, at 7 p.m. in WCSU’s Science Building, room 125. All are invited. The first topic is “Climate and Cyclones,” and will be presented by Professor of Biological and Environmental Sciences Dr. Mitch Wagener, known for his lively talks.
Frog Watch USA: Training lessons
FrogWatch USATM is a citizen science program of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums that invites individuals and families to learn about the wetlands in their communities and help conserve amphibians by reporting data on the calls of local frogs and toads. AZA’s FrogWatch USA comprises a national network of skilled coordinators and volunteers that form a community with the common goal of providing large-scale, long-term data on frogs and toads in the United States.
More information on this stewardship opportunity here!
FrogWatch USA Website