A Land Ethic Workshop: Waterfowl Identification

March 19
9:00AM to 12:00PM
Hitchcock Nature Center

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Join us & celebrated educator Ron Cisar for the first full session of our 2022 season of "A Land Ethic Workshop." This program will be held at Hitchcock Nature Center and is perfect for anyone with an interest in conservation and a desire to develop a better understanding of the natural world outside their own front door. Our March program participants will enjoy a full morning of instruction & learning, including:

- Waterfowl identification study
- An introduction to Iowa's Loess Hills
- A reading & discussion of Aldo Leopold's essay "Geese Return"
- An introduction to nature journaling
- How to make a Leopold Bench
- March Nature Calendar (phenology)

Each month will include a look at Mother Nature's Calendar to help familiarize you with natural changes you can look for throughout the year & will finish out in true Leopold tradition, with a song. The cost for this program is $15.00 per person per individual session.

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Contact: Amy Campagna
(712) 242-1189

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