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[S2c] Monday Mornings at Colonial National Historic Park - October 27, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm at Colonial National Historic Park
Monday morning work with Dorothy Geyer, Natural Resource Special for Colonial National Historical Park. Anyone interested should contact Dorothy at 757.898.2433 or Dorothy_geyer@nps.gov or Angier Brock at 757.234.6170 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Sometimes the group meets at Jamestown Island, sometimes at Yorktown, sometimes along the Parkway, depending on what work most needs getting done.
[CE]: Herpetology - Cohort IX Training - October 28, 2014
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at 5249 Olde Towne Road in Williamsburg
Class led by Tim Christensen.
[CE] Project EduBat: Education Taking Flight! - October 29, 2014
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm at Website
Project EduBat: Education Taking Flight!
This is a live broadcast designed for teachers, non-formal educators, and all those who care about bats. Bats are amazing animals that are vital to the health of our environment and economy - eating tons of insects nightly, pollinating flowers, and spreading seeds that that grow new plants and even trees.
This free broadcast will feature newly developed bat activities, resources, lesson plans, and educational trunks that will be available across the country for your use! Help make science come alive for your students, volunteers, and others. Inspire them to make a difference.
Special appearances by live bats and a few of our favorite bat experts including Cathy Johnson, U.S. Forest Service, Dianne Odegard, Bat Conservation International, Ann Froschauer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Leslie Sturges, The Save Lucy Campaign.
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[E1a] Work at the Ellipse Garden at Freedom Park - October 31, 2014
9:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Ellipse Garden at Freedom Park
Join Gary Driscole (chair) as well as members of the Williamsburg Botanical Garden and the Native Plant Society (including Donna Ware and Jerre Johnson) to help maintain the native plants and gardens that have been installed at the Ellipse Garden. Plan to wear field clothes and appropriate footwear. Gloves are recommended.
Participants receive volunteer service hours under Project Number/Name E1a - Education - Ellipse Garden: Botanical Demonstration and Education Project.