Date & Time
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join naturalists from the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program who will lead a hike in the restoration area by the Nine Mile Run stream, identify local flora and fauna, and guide you through the apps available to record your observations. Learn about biodiversity identification and how to use apps on your smartphone to document biodiversity to become an active citizen scientist!
Light refreshments will be provided, families are welcome. The capacity for this event is limited to 30 participants, so don’t delay in getting your tickets!
Registration: Free for NMR members and active UES participants; $15 per person ages 12 and up. Families are welcome; children 12 and under are free with accompanying adult.
This event is part of the Remake Learning Days from May 15-26, 2017. It’s a 12-day celebration of activities and events showcasing everything that makes the Pittsburgh region a recognized national leader in innovative teaching and learning. It features future-ready, hands-on, relevant and engaging educational experiences for kids and their families, caregivers and educators.
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Bookings are closed for this event.