Natural Areas Field Trips: Amphibian Exploration at the Grand River Terraces

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Friday May 20

7:30 PM  –  10:30 PM

Amphibian Exploration at the Grand River Terraces

Friday, May 20th

7:30 PM - 10:30 PM EST 

 

The diverse wetlands at the Museum's Grand River Terraces are home to a wide range of amphibian species. In particular, frogs utilize the habitat at the preserve, and the species prevalent now will be different from those we encountered on our earlier hikes this spring. Join us for a nocturnal foray into the heart of the Grand River Terraces as we look and listen for signs of life in the nighttime forest.

 

 

Members: $20 

Nonmembers: $35 

Leadership Circle: $15 

 

Limit: 20  

  

Instructors: Dr. Tim Matson, Roberta Muehlheim, & Garrett Ormiston

 

Meeting Location:

We will assemble at the Museum's Grand River Terraces Preserve. Directions will be sent to all registrants.

 

Field trip intensityModerate

 

What to wear and bring (if out of the ordinary): Sturdy footwear, walking stick, camera if desired, water and snacks, insect repellent, and weather-appropriate clothes. A flashlight or headlamp may be helpful.

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