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If I could be all of these places doing all of these things, I would! This calendar is meant to act as a community resource for opportunties to get outside and to learn more about the natural world around us. Make sure to follow the links in the events to get all the up to date details and to register! If you have an event for the calendar, email me at catibugg8@gmail.com.

Community Calendar

If I could be all of these places doing all of these things, I would! This calendar is meant to act as a community resource for opportunties to get outside and to learn more about the natural world around us. Make sure to follow the links in the events to get all the up to date details and to register!

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If you have an event for the calendar, email me at catibugg8@gmail.com.

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Snails, Slugs and Salamanders (Herpetology Seminar)

  • Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/ Stewards Office in the Armstrong Redwoods 17000 Armstrong Woods Road Guerneville, CA, 95446 United States (map)

Feb 2, 2019 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This talk will cover the basics of the herpetological species of the Douglas Fir-Redwood Forest ecosystem including what species can be found, their life cycles and important information for educating visitors about these reclusive moisture lovers. This includes both a classroom and a field component.

Meets: Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/ Stewards Office in the Armstrong Redwoods SNR (fee covers entry)

Speaker: Brian Lavin, Researcher SSU Department of Biology. Brian specializes in phylogenetic analysis and molecular phylogenetics. He can often be found giving talks about Giant Salamanders and Alligator Lizards.

Information: contact Kat at kat@stewardscr.org or 1(707)869-9177 ext. 1#

Earlier Event: January 30
Wilderness First Aid Two-Day Training
Later Event: February 8
Redwood Education