Citizen Science Spring Workshops

Written by Urban Ecology Center
    Monday, 06 May 2013
Citizen Science Spring Workshops

The Center's program is really hopping (and swimming and wriggling and flying)! We are monitoring everything from mammals to frogs to moths. We need you! If you are interested in becoming a community scientist and helping us collect data in the park or analyze that data, please attend one of the monitoring workshops listed below. All of the workshops are free and are held at our Riverside Park branch.

Bat Monitoring
Join us for an introduction to bat acoustic monitoring. Part of the session will take place outdoors.
Wed., May 8 or 15 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm | For adults, teens and accompanied children

Snake Monitoring
Help us monitor snakes in the park. Speaker: Julia Robson, Urban Ecology Center Field Technician
Fri., May 10 | 6 - 7pm | For adults and teens

Community Science Data
Learn how to become more involved with analyzing our research data.
Mon., May 20 | 6 - 7pm | For adults

Invertebrate Monitoring Training
Workshop leader: UW-Whitewater professor Dr. Kerry Katovich. Part of the session will take place outdoors.
Sat., May 25 | 2 - 3:30pm | For adults and teens

Moth Nights
Learn about our Mothing Surveys project. Speaker: Allysa Hallet, UWM Graduate student. Attend one or both nights. Part 2 will be held outdoors.
Part 1: Wed., May 29 | 5:30 - 6:30pm
Part 2: Sat., Jun 1 | 8 - 10pm
For adults and teens

Mammal Monitoring
Part of the workshop will be held outdoors.
Tue., Jun 25 | 5:30 - 6:45pm | For adults and teens

Dragonfly and Damselfly Monitoring
Become involved in our newest Community Science project: Dragonfly and Damselfly surveys! Part of the workshop will be outdoors.
Sat., Jun 29 | 1:30 - 3:30pm | For adults and teens


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