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Eagles, hawks, and falcons are skilled predators who hunt their prey relentlessly and remorselessly--yet they are gentle and caring parents, loyal mates, and essential caretakers of nature.
Washington State is one of the richest environments in the world for raptors. Some 20 species make us their home. Come join master birder Connie Sidles in the world of raptors as she shares some of their secrets!
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The University of Washington Botanic Gardens is a unit within the School of Environmental & Forest Sciences and encompasses two sites: the Washington Park Arboretum on the south side of Union Bay and the Center for Urban Horticulture on the north side. The 230-acre Arboretum includes a vibrant collection...
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Get ready for this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count, February 18 – 21! Learn about the event, how to participate, and all about the birds in your backyard. Find out which birds live in your neighborhood year-round and which ones come to nest during the summer. Discover identification techniques, bird behaviors, and tips to attract more birds...
Wednesday Feb 8th, 7pm - 8:30pm Central Time
at UW Botanic Gardens -
Come listen to master birder and storyteller Connie Sidles share the amazing and complex lives of crows, the geniuses of the avian world! Join master birder and author Constance Sidles as she takes you into the secret world of crows! Crows are among the smartest of all birds—they can recognize human faces, pass knowledge along to new generations,...
Wednesday Feb 15th, 7pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
Discover the fascinating traits that most frogs, toads, and salamanders share-such as having thin, smooth skins through which they can breathe-as well as what makes them unique. You'll pick up tips to identify local species by sight and/or sound and use case studies to learn more about their life history, ecology, and conservation.
Tuesday Feb 28th, 6pm - 8pm Eastern Time
This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. Discover how trees communicate via chemical signals in the air (to warn of insect attacks) and transfer nutrients to one another through complex underground fungal networks (sometimes to assist sick trees).
Thursday Mar 2nd, 6pm - 8pm Eastern Time
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