Natural History Of Austin Class

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ES 103 | Natural History of Austin Class
Sundays June 26, July 10, 17, 24, 31 (Note: No class July 3) 3:00-5:00 pm
$95 per student (5 meetings, 10 hours)

ABOUT THE COURSE
In this field-based class, you will learn all about the amazing plants and animals of Austin and the ecosystems that support them. Through adventurous field trips to some of Austin’s most iconic natural places, you will learn to identify native species and how to keep a field journal of your observations. Prerequisites: curiosity about nature, ability to swim, and ability to hike 2 miles in the Texas heat. Recommended to take concurrently with Botanical Field Sketching which meets back-to-back with this class; 10% off if you take both classes. Students responsible for admission to parks visited ($3-$10 per field trip). Prerequisites: curiosity about nature, ability to swim, and ability to hike 2 miles in the Texas heat.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Hayley Gillespie, PhD
An ecologist and artist, Dr. Gillespie is also the founder of Art.Science.Gallery. She has a special interest in science communication and natural history and earned her PhD in ecology, evolution and animal behaviour from the University of Texas at Austin.

Note: You must register through Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/natural-history-of-austin-class-registration-25413810391) to reserve a spot. Thank you.
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