Adult Program Trio
These programs are for adults and high school students.
- Started Jan 19Started Jan 19
- 300 US dollars$300
- 1100 Pine Street Unit B, Louisville CO
Register for all three programs here and save $60 off the total cost! Turtle Biodiversity and Conservation: Turtles are one of the most endangered groups of vertebrates in the world. Without drastic changes, it is anticipated that half of the world’s 350 species of turtles will be gone in the next 30 years. Come learn about the world’s incredible turtle biodiversity and natural histories while researching what conservation measures are being implemented. This is a 4 week course designed to inspire participants to look at turtles and their conservation in a new light so that we can change the future for turtles. Snake Biodiversity and Conservation: Snakes are arguably one of the most critical components of healthy ecosystems but comparatively very little is known about them. Snakes occur in almost every habitat type including open oceans and above the arctic circle. Their unique and elongated body form has evolved many different forms in response to their lifestyles and diets. Join us to learn about snake evolution, diversity, and natural history during this 4 week course. Reptiles & Amphibians of Boulder County: There are 12 species of snakes, 7 species of frogs, 4 species of turtles, 3 species of lizards, and one species of salamander that call Boulder County home. Come learn about how to identify each species, where they live in the county, and what their roles in our ecosystems are during this 4-week course. In addition, we will learn how to find them and safely interact with them in the wild. High school students - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before registering.
1100 Pine Street unit b, Louisville, CO, USA