Highlands Chapter Young Naturalists Program: Reptiles and Amphibians in the Ozarks
October 13 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Discovering Reptiles and Amphibians in Northwest Arkansas, Sunday October 13, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm, family event, Woolsey Farmstead and Wet Prairie Sanctuary, Fayetteville AR. Dr. J.D. Wilson, University of Arkansas, Leader.
Ozark Society Highlands Chapter Young Naturalists Program
The Ozark Society Young Naturalists will again offer sessions this fall for children ages 7 to 9. The Highlands Chapter of the Ozark Society began this initiative in 2018 through a partnership with the Northwest Arkansas Master Naturalists and Arkansas Audubon Society. Also we have a OS Young Naturalists Native Plant Garden thanks to a lot help from the Master Naturalists. The presenters we have lined up for this fall include: geology (UofA), entomology (UofA), reptile/amphibians (UofA), and animal tracks and traces (Naturalist, Joel Emerson).
- This is a family event, so at least one parent or guardian must accompany each child.
- Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org if you and your child plan to participate.
- Location: Woolsey Farmstead and Wet Prairie Sanctuary, 15 South Broyles Avenue, Fayetteville AR 72704. Meet in the parking lot.
- Leader: Dr. J.D. Wilson, University of Arkansas.
- Children participants, ages 7 to 9.
- Sunday October 13, 2019, 1:30 to 3:30 pm.
- All Young Naturalists should stay with the main group on the trail.
- All children should wear: closed shoes or boots, carry water, rain gear as needed, long pants suggested.
- It’s a good idea to bring a snack as we often stop for a short snack break.
- All sessions will be from 1:30 to 3:30 on Sunday afternoons. We’ll make a judgment call about when to actually finish up the program; in short, we may finish a little early. Everyone should have a great time without being overly tired.
- Sorry no pets allowed.
- For more information check Ozark Society, Highlands Chapter Facebook page.
- Contact Organizer Chris Kline at email@example.com
- October 13: Local Reptiles and Amphibians
- October 20: Entomology in the Ozarks
- October 27: Tracks and Traces of Animals in the Woods (Naturalists)
- November 3: Geology of the Ozarks