I am available to lead natural history walks, either with a specific focus such as vernal pool ecology or wildflower identification, or with a “wandering” approach in which we explore whatever plants, animals, fungi, etc. a particular place and time has to offer. I also offer insect-themed slide show presentations.
Together with Noah Charney, I occasionally offer workshops on animal tracking (both vertebrate and invertebrate). You can find details for our joint events here, and some examples of our mammal tracking workshops here.
February 9 – Animal tracking workshop (with Noah Charney) for Antioch New England’s Natural Resources Inventory course, Pelham, MA
February 15 – Animal Tracking walk at Conservation Restriction Stewardship gathering, Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA
February 20 – “Native Plants as Insect Habitat” slide show at Pascommuck Conservation Trust’s annual meeting, Easthampton, MA
April 13-14 – Northeast Natural History Conference, Burlington VT: co-leading field trip; poster & oral presentation
April 21 – Presentation and booth at Berkshire Earth Expo: Environmental Action Fair, Dalton, MA
April 28 – Amherst College BioBlitz, Amherst, MA
May 1 – Presentation for Valley Gives event, Greenfield, MA
June 9 – Insect tracking program in Rutland, MA
August 4 – Insect tracking walk in Searsport, ME
August 5-6 – Herbivorous insects program in (or near) Damariscotta, ME
August 11 – Insect tracking walk in Northampton, MA
September 22 – BioBlitz in Chester, MA
November 17 – Presentation at Berkshire Natural History Conference, Sheffield, MA