"Ask A Naturalist" is a Zoom conversation with naturalists from the Harris Center for Conservation Education. Hosted every month during the pandemic, we explore the natural history mysteries that outdoor explorers send in. This recording took place on June 25, 2020.
In this episode, we discuss the wonderful world of insects, mountain laurel, and a fisher skull. Have you ever wondered about something you found in the woods, like a track or some scat? Maybe it was a plant you wanted to know the name of or a bird call you didn't recognize. Imagine if you could ask naturalists all these questions. Well, you can! Check out our events page (https://harriscenter.org/events) for the next "Ask a Naturalist" date and join us with your questions for this fun virtual happy hour!
Co-sponsored by the Harris Center for Conservation Education and Post and Beam Brewing.